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Anarchy Ensues

Architectural Anarchy opens it doors tonight in Pilsen at 2229 S. Halsted St. and it’s just what the design doctors ordered…

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Architectural Anarchy opens it doors tonight in Pilsen at 2229 S. Halsted St. and it’s just what the design doctors ordered for this hip arts district and dining destination that lacks in the shopping department. With regular gallery walks taking place in the neighborhood and lots of new residential properties popping up, antiques dealer Gosia Korsakowski and William Rawski (who currently have booths at Andersonville Galleria, Anna’s Mostly Mahogany in Highwood, and Heritage Trail in Wilmette, all of which will remain open) decided to take advantage of the area’s artsy clientele and plop down their eclectic finds in a 7,000-square-foot warehouse space. Find a great mix of traditional, modern, and industrial pieces, plus regular exhibits of local artists.

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