EMME Open House

Living the Life : Luxury Redefined

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custom design elements at EMME

by Brian Carey, fig media

Imagine you’ve been invited to the EMME Open House, a brand new condo building in Chicago’s West Loop. You step into a spacious lobby with wraparound 20 ft windows and are directed to take the elevators up to Floor 3. As you open the amenity room door, you’re greeted by the sounds of a cocktail shaker and the smells of curry, coconut, and lemongrass. The art-filled lounge opens to a sprawling outdoor space, where a DJ spins classic funk and guests gather around fire pits toasting housemade salted caramel marshmallows to make s’mores. Thoughtfully designed elements draw your eye, as a guest perches a raspberry perilla-infused cocktail atop a sheep-shaped end table. You begin to think, “I could see myself living here”.

Guest roasting FIG S'mores on the EMME amenity deck

by Brian Carey, fig media

While catering the EMME Open House last October, FIG offered a Build Your Own Spring Roll station, diverse passed bites, and specialty cocktails using ingredients grown on the EMME rooftop. Living a life of luxury has taken on new meaning for city-dwellers. Residential and office space must be accessible and inviting while still offering a premium experience. Communal spaces are essential. Outdoor grilling, indoor dog run, cozy couches, sweeping city views? Check. A full stocked amenity space to host your next party? A must.

by Brian Carey, fig media

FIG delivers luxury with custom food and cocktails, often featuring novel seasonal ingredients. Menus are interesting and unexpected while still delicious and approachable. We strive for luxury a la Chicago – unpretentious, boutique, For Intimate Gatherings in modern spaces.

We count many design professionals amongst our client roster. Many of them will gather Feb 7 at the Mart for the PHS Luxury Conference

All photos provided by Brian Carey for figmedia (not related, but friendly). Find them on Instagram @figmedia, @bc_photo.

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