lawrence house

Hotel-styled apartments meet private club. The Lawrence House is a British inspired building features Studios, 1 bedrooms and 2 bedrooms. CoEdit Collection helped put together an art package for this historic building in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago.

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Corporate office

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FLATS: 5718 WINTHROP

Edged on North Chicago’s eastern lakefront, No. 5718 Winthrop is the ultimate all-season residency. Located just blocks from Edgewater’s Osterman Beach, this fully rehabbed 1926 timber frame German style building introduces the old with the new. CoEdit Collection collaborated with Heather Fritz, Creative Director of Cedar Street Companies to select artwork for their office lobby. Keeping it local, Fritz picked 28 images which depicts a day in the life of Chicago photographed by artist Tim Klein.

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Gensler Chicago

With more than 2,300 diverse clients: large and small, private and public, for-profit and nonprofit, Gensler works across the global economy. CoEdit Collection collaborated with Gensler to produce a show for common areas in their Chicago office, located in the historic Louis Sullivan building in Chicago's Loop. The collection features the work of nine photographers, and ranges from conceptual to architectural. Work was printed on a variety of materials including traditional photo paper, water color paper, and canvas. A few large-scale prints and custom frames also help to illustrate our capability to create pieces for any space. 

(Artwork by Mark Weinberg)

(Artwork by Mark Weinberg)

(Artwork by, from left, Rory Gardiner and Connie Zhou)

(Artwork by, from left, Rory Gardiner and Connie Zhou)

(Artwork by Scott Frances)

(Artwork by Scott Frances)

(Artwork by Marcelo Gomes)

(Artwork by Marcelo Gomes)

(Artwork by David Ohl)

(Artwork by David Ohl)

(Artwork by Connie Zhou)

(Artwork by Connie Zhou)

(Artwork by, from left, Sam Kaplan and Olivia Locher)

(Artwork by, from left, Sam Kaplan and Olivia Locher)

(Art work by Benjamin Benschneider)

(Art work by Benjamin Benschneider)

 
 

THE KIMBALL HOUSE

We pulled together a collection of reportage, abstract and playful images to complement modern furniture and accessories in this Chicago home. Prints vary from small to oversize, and full-frame to small prints with wide white mat borders. 

(Artwork by, from left, Jacqueline Harriet, Dave Lauridsen, and Jody Horton)

(Artwork by, from left, Jacqueline Harriet, Dave Lauridsen, and Jody Horton)

(Artwork by Dave Lauridsen)

(Artwork by Dave Lauridsen)

(Artwork by John Haynes)

(Artwork by John Haynes)

(Artwork by Barry Makariou)

(Artwork by Barry Makariou)

 
 

CEDAR STREET HEADQUARTERS

Cedar Street Companies is a diversified holding company, headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, with major interests in real estate, hospitality, entertainment, and a number of venture start-ups. CoEdit Collection worked with Cedar Street co-founder Jay Michael to select contemporary and eclectic images which reflect Cedar Street’s entrepreneurial spirit. Their corporate culture is laid back and relaxed, because they know that the greatest of thought leaders come from all walks of life and they embrace their ways of thinking and creating.

(Artwork by Kendrick Brinson and Sam Doyle)

(Artwork by Kendrick Brinson and Sam Doyle)

(Artwork by Mark Weinberg)

(Artwork by Mark Weinberg)

(Artwork by Luke Duggleby)

(Artwork by Luke Duggleby)

(Artwork by Ross Feighery)

(Artwork by Ross Feighery)

(Artwork by Ross Feighery)

(Artwork by Ross Feighery)

(Artwork by Tim Klein)

(Artwork by Tim Klein)

(Artwork by Sam Doyle)

(Artwork by Sam Doyle)

(Artwork by Dave Lauridsen)

(Artwork by Dave Lauridsen)

 
 

Beverly Shores house

Beverly Shores began life as a planned resort community. The Chicago, Lake Shore & South Bend railroad began to provide service from South Bend to Chicago shortly after 1900. The Chicago businessman Samuel Insull reorganized the line as the Chicago, South Shore & South Bend (today's South Shore Line) in 1925, upgrading the stations and encouraging tourism. A number of promotional posters were issued, many of which remain in print.

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