Union Station is a 1925 Beaux-Arts landmark, home to Amtrak and regional commuter trains in Chicago. Originally designed by Daniel Burnham, it houses spectacular interior spaces, perhaps the most iconic being the Great Hall. Archistoric has worked closely with Amtrak and lead architect Goettsch Partners during the last ten years to restore and replicate much of the historic lighting throughout this magnificent property.
Great Hall restored all 18 massive bronze chandeliers, and built 35 new bronze replica pendants
Burlington Room restored bronze chandeliers from a collection of existing parts and hundreds of new castings, bronze spinnings and custom glass components
Metropolitan Room converted existing bronze ceiling fixtures to lobby pendants
common areas built dozens of bronze elevator lights for areas throughout the facility