Designed by Los Angeles based L2 Interior’s, Jason Lai and Stephanie Leese, who have been featured on HGTV, the Millennium is a bathtub that will have all your guests talking. Taking its cue from the audacious form of the Crain Communications Building, the Millennium’s asymmetrical embellishments make it a striking and singular creation. Its name is a nod to Chicago’s Millennium Park, and a fitting salute when considering its next-generation design and cutting-edge approach to customization. Freestanding on its own or seamlessly integrating with built-in finishes – from classic marble and travertine to of-the-moment trends like subway tile – the design flexibility of the Millennium allows you to be the architect of your own ‘wow’ moment.
INSPIRATION| The Crain Communications Building, also known as the Smurfit-Stone Building, is one of the most iconic fixtures on the downtown Chicago skyline. Built in 1984, the 41-story high-rise was designed to accentuate views of the city’s spectacular lakefront. Clad in alternating bands of glass, aluminum and stainless steel, the structure’s exterior is slashed by a prominent vertical slit, which draws the eye to the upper portion of the building. Most noted for its unusual diamond-shaped upper façade, the Smurfit Building evolves into an even bigger showstopper when its slanted apex is illuminated at night.
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