Chicago's Swiss Consulate interior is a nod to 1960s modernism

Swiss firm HHF and Chicago-based studio Kwong Von Glinow have collaborated on the interiors of the Swiss Consulate located in Chicago‘s landmark John Hancock Center.

Located on the 38th floor of the 100-storey supertall skyscraper, the 1,500-square-foot office is designed to pay homage to the shared architectural history of Chicago and Switzerland.

The Swiss Consulate is located in the John Hancock Center

HHF and Kwong Von Glinow drew on the domestic interiors of Swiss modernist architect and designer Otto Kolb, who taught at the Illinois Institute of Technology.

Original Otto Kolb light fittings have been used throughout, and

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