Summit Design + Build Completes Renovations at Two Chicago Music Venues

“CHICAGO — Summit Design + Build LLC has completed renovations at the House of Blues and the Aragon Ballroom, two Chicago music venues. Summit remodeled the VIP areas at each venue. At the Aragon Ballroom, Summit renovated the first-floor staff offices and expanded the restrooms. At the House of Blues, Summit remodeled the third-floor Foundation Dining Room. The project also included a new bar with custom windows, new flooring and lighting and the addition of a small stage. RLE Partners and Valerio Dewalt Train & Associates made up the project team. Live Nation owns both venues. ” -ReBusiness Online

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These Denver skyscraper projects stand to leave their mark on the Mile High City

“The two Bell Park buildings had their first hearing before the Lower Downtown Design Review Board on Feb. 7, and while the Chicago-based architects at Valerio Dewalt Train Associates cooked up some intriguing renderings — presenting a large, glass tower with a distinctive indent near the middle — Geller emphasized the designs remain subject to change. ” -Joe Rubino, Denver Post

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Exciting gateway tower saga continues

“Architect Stephen Droll also discussed and presented a preliminary massing design at the information-only meeting for a 36-story residential tower and a five-story office building on the site. Droll is principal of Chicago-based Valerio Dewalt Train Associates. In addition to Chicago, VDTA also has offices in Denver and Southern California.” -Colorado Real Estate Journal

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House of Rohl Showroom by Valerio Dewalt Train

“When the House of Rohl decided to establish its first U.S. showroom, the provider of luxury decorative plumbing and hardware brands for kitchens and baths chose space in Chicago's historic theMart and asked Valerio Dewalt Train to tell the story behind the handcrafted process of each brand. Valerio Dewalt Train created a boutique jewel box that puts the spotlight on craft” -Dexigner

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Art on theMART along the Chicago River

“On the night of September 29, 2018, there were 32,000 people assembled along the Chicago River to watch abstract shapes morph and change colors, eyeballs float, and a 20-story-tall giraffe chew cud—all projected onto the surface of Chicago’s Merchandise Mart. This was the debut of Art on theMART, a permanent projection system that allows video art to animate the historic building’s entire 2.5-acre (1 ha) river-facing facade. ” -Bill Turner & Mark Dewalt, Urban Land

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A Nocturnal Facelift For Chicago’s Merchandise Mart

“After 80 years, theMART—Chicago’s 1930s-era market and office building that dominates the skyline—is getting a makeover. But it won’t require any major construction or renovations. Instead, the building’s massive riverside facade will be awash in color and light, as high-tech projectors from across the river display moving artwork on its face.” -Karim Doumar, Citylab

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