As part of The Hilton Chicago Oakbrook Hills Resort and Conference Center’s renovation, Archistoric was asked to produce new fixtures for public spaces within the property. We worked closely with the architect, who drew inspiration from the golden age of leisure, the mid-20th century. The resulting lighting designs helped to transform the space.
entry light cluster of 56 brass and hand-blown opal glass pendants was used to create a first impression for customers of the architects vision of casual luxury
custom cove chandeliers were fabricated to occupy the large domed ceiling of the hotel's common area
mid-century large sconces in the lobby were fabricated from solid brass bent and CNC cut to form an intricate shade. For safety in the high-traffic lobby, acrylic was chosen over glass.