Realtors, Preservationists, Dealers & More! Chicago Bauhaus and Beyond is an all-volunteer non-profit organization. We are pleased to provide this resource list of businesses or professional services related to Modernism. Robert J. Anderson Baird & Warner 2762 N. Lincoln Chicago, IL 60614 Tel: 312.980.1580 Web: Email: Robert's knowledge & expertise from 16+ years of experience have made his business tremendously successful. He eats, sleeps & lives Real Estate, which has catapulted him into Chicago's 1% of Top Producers for the last 8 years with $360+ million in sales, earning Baird & Warner's prestigious Founder's Club distinction. His voracious appetite for the Chicago market, its neighborhoods & trends keeps his knowledge current & growing. He approaches every day with his client's best interest at heart. "I know that sounds cliché, but for me it's at the heart of how I run my business." He also focuses on high-quality marketing & service, working to think outside of the box for his clients needs. Robert specializes in Sellers, Buyers, Luxury homes, Developments & Relocation; experience in land acquisition, commercial and retail sales. Benjamin Historic Certifications LLC 711 Marion Avenue Highland Park, IL 60035 Tel: 847.432.1865 Web: Email: A consulting firm specializing in historic preservation with a focus on documenting and preserving the special character of both historic buildings and landscapes. Clients include homeowners, real estate developers, municipalities, local historical societies and other not-for-profit organizations in the Chicago metropolitan area. Chicago Architecture Foundation 224 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60604 Tel: 312.922.3432 ext. 243 Web: The Chicago Architecture Foundation is dedicated to advancing public interest and education in architecture and related design. From the ashes of the 1871 Chicago Fire emerged the prototype for the modern high-rise city. New technologies and ?made-in-America? aesthetic ideas shaped both Chicago and cities worldwide. CAF interprets this vibrant, and still evolving, legacy with trained volunteer docents leading scores of different tours, as well as presenting dynamic exhibitions and public programs on architecture and design. Chicago Condos Online 849 West Monroe Chicago, IL 60607 Tel: 312-666-6661 Web: Email: Chicago Condos Online provides information on many different condominiums in. You can choose from a wide variety of condos, lofts, and other real estate listings in Chicago and around the Chicago suburbs. Tracy Dillard Koenig & Strey Real Living Tel: 312.893.3557 Email: twitter@ArchProperties Specializing in architecturally interesting and unique properties in Chicago and nearby suburbs Dream Town Realty 1950 N. Sedgwick Chicago, IL 60614 Tel: 312-265-8000 Web: Email: Dream Town is a Chicago real estate search engine, offers home buying, and selling information. It also serves as a guide for Chicago and offers a incite on all the individual Chicagoland area neighborhoods. GMD Interior Designer GMD Cell: 312.388.4442 Fax/VM: 312.988.7171 Email: Interior Design using the pieces of European Designers and Architects focusing on Mouille, Prouve, Gauriche, Mollino, Ponti, Mategot. Established contacts in Italy and France, can get any original or reproduced piece. Also reproducing Mollino furniture. Kipnis Architecture + Planning Tel: 847 864-9650 Email: Kipnis Architecture + Planning is recognized as one of Chicago’s premier award-winning and environmentally sustainable architectural practices. KAP has been the #1 ranked architectural firm in Chicago on Houzz since 2012. We specialize in intelligently designed new homes, additions, and renovations to meet the specific and exacting wishes of our clients. Previous works have included the renovation and addition to a 1956 MCM Barancik Conte & Associates home in Glencoe, a full green renovation to a 1949 MCM Greta Lederer home in Highland Park , the addition and renovation to a 1960’s home in west Glencoe, and the design of a modern vacation home in Saugatuck that blends Case Study aesthetics with Michigan agricultural vernacular. Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois 53 W. Jackson Blvd., Suite 1315, Chicago, IL 60604 Tel: 312-922-1742 Web: Web: Email: Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois is the state's leading voice for historic preservation. LPCI is a membership, statewide organization. In the 34 years since its founding, our organization has gone on to save countless architectural and historic treasures throughout the State of Illinois. Explore our site to learn more about the variety of LPCI programs that continue to facilitate, educate, and promote historic preservation. Modernist Dwellings - Chicago Real Estate for the Mod-minded Quest Realty Group Tel: 773.932.1212 Web: Email: Our concept is simple: We bring together modern homes and people who love unique architecture. Modernism is accessible. Modernist dwellings in the Chicago area range from luxury beach estates to affordable mid-century modern ranch homes waiting for you to restore their mid-century modern glamour. Modern Sarasota: Martie Lieberman, Realtor I am Realtor specializing in architecture, Premier Sotheby's International Realty, Sarasota, Florida. Tel: 941.724.1118 Email: Palm Springs Modern Tours Palm Springs, CA Tel: 760.318.6118 Email: Offering an extensive three-hour overview of Palm Springs mid-century architecture discovering the architects who lived and worked in PS (Albert Frey, E. Stewart Williams, William F. Cody, et al) and those more famous ones with desert commissions (Neutra, Lautner, Becket, Victor Gruen Associates, et al). See all types of buildings (residential, commercial, civic, religious, hotels, etc), explore tucked-away neighborhoods and learn about the era's clientele, materials, and the creative architecture and design that flourished in Palm Springs during the post-war years. Advance reservations recommended to ensure seating availability. Group and custom tours available; fees on request. Allen Porter - Graphic-Industrial Designer/Writer Tel: 847.328.6145 Email: Studied at Institute of Design-1946-1950. Los Angeles design office, 1951-1969: clients included leading modernist architects/furniture/lighting designers/manufacturers and showrooms. Work appeared regularly in Arts & Architecture magazine, Graphis, and publications worldwide. Designed the award-winning logo and literature for Chicago Bauhaus and Beyond. CD & Bio available. Prospect Equities Select REALTOR®, Laura Good Prospect Equities Select Lincoln Park Office 1920 N. Lincoln Ave., Suite C-2 Chicago, IL 60614 Tel: 847-386-6170 Winnetka Home Office Web: Email: Nationally recognized REALTOR® with twenty years experience specializing in modern, architecturally significant, historic and luxury real estate on Chicago's North Shore and throughout the entire greater metropolitan Chicago area. Nationwide referrals to REALTORS® who understand architecture and design. Expertise featured in two-page cover story in Chicago Tribune's Sunday real estate section. Servicing the connoisseur market with properties from Mies to Weese. Entrusted with the sale of several Frank Lloyd Wright properties. Long-time preservationist and commissioner on Winnetka's Landmark Preservation Committee. Realtor & Dealer of Mid-Century Modern Furniture Jetset Modern & Modern Property Baird & Warner Real Estate P.O. Box 364 Flossmoor, IL 60422 Tel: 312.371.0986 Web: Email: Realtor specializing in 20th century modern architectural houses and condominiums. Dealer of vintage modern furniture and decorative arts, also does prop rentals and styling for the advertising industry, and staging for real estate properties. Real Estate Agent Tel: 847.651.1983 Web: Email: Specializing in Mid-Century Modern Homes. Emphasis on the North Shore and mid-century Chicago condominiums. T. Paul Young Architect; Architecture, Site & Landscape Planning Tel: 708.898.2602 Email: The firm specializes in new construction, both residential and commercial, working in the tri-state area. In addition, the firm has been active in the restoration of significant buildings, interiors and landscapes. Clients include homeowners, businesses, institutions and development organizations. Prior to opening the practice in 1985 Young had worked in the offices of Mies van der Rohe, David Haid, Al Swenson/Pao-Chi Chang. In the office of Mies van der Rohe, Paul was responsible for the first restoration of the Farnsworth House, 1971-72. He is also currently working on a publication of the early works of Alfred Caldwell. Links to relevant non-profit organizations and museums: Farnsworth House - Mies van der Rohe Mies van der Rohe Society Recent Past Preservation Network Museum of Contemporary Art The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago Art Deco Society The Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy