Ten years after its opening, Terzo Piano needed a facelift. Museum goers loved the food and the event spaces were busy most of the year, so it was time to readapt and renew along with providing a more flexible environment for the catering team allowing more events of differing sizes. In order to respond to the quick twenty four day turnaround, all furniture items were purchased well in advance and the movable banquettes were pre-fabricated. The furniture & fixtures were selected for easy maintenance and lightweight portability - a must have for a space that is reset every single day. The new vision is modern, bright and adaptable for the future.
The Art Institute of Chicago
architectural consulting and project management
work completed while at AIC