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Italian Style

The Italian kitchen showroom Arclinea is changing its name to WPA Chicago, adding several Italian furniture lines, and doubling its space.

Bertrand Goldberg's Marina City

The Italian kitchen showroom Arclinea is changing its name to WPA Chicago, adding several Italian furniture lines, and doubling its space. WPA (for the original founder, Wilson Patenaud Associates) is also increasing architectural and interior design services to help take clients’ projects from start to finish. Pieces from Cappellini (above left), Poltrona Frau, Cassina, Flos Lighting (above right), Dermond Peterson Textiles, and the stalwart brand Arclinea Kitchen make for a real mix—styles range from contemporary, traditional modern, and classic modern to historical traditional. While the name and layout have changed, customers can still expect attentive service along with high style at this River North showroom. 314 W. Superior St., 312-335-3855, wpachicago.com 

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