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Midcentury Glencoe House Gets the Modern Interior it Deserves

EVOLUTION THEORY: Contemporary furnishings finish the job that Booth Hansen architects started when the firm reworked this house in the 1990s

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Interior design: Handman Associates, 415 N. LaSalle St., 312-222-0035, handmanassociates.com. Architecture: Booth Hansen, 333 S. Des- plaines St., 312-869-5000, boothhansen.com. Landscape design: Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects, 850 W. Jackson Blvd., 312-492-6501, hoerrschaudt.com. Landscape maintenance: Rocco Fiore & Sons, Libertyville, 847-680-1207. Living room: Gulassa custom dining table base in steel coin finish, Koch-Smith, Merchandise Mart, 312-321-0535, koch-smith.com. St. Croix limestone tabletop, Marble Emporium, 2200 Carlson Dr., Northbrook, 847-205-4000, marbleemporiumchicago.com. Custom sofa and chaise, Brusic Rose, 7300 S. Central Ave., 708-458-9900, brusicrose.com. Alison Berger glass stool with bronze base, Holly Hunt, Merchandise Mart, 312-661-1900, hollyhunt.com. Bedroom: Headboard by Christian Liaigre, David Sutherland, Merchandise Mart, 312-205-7700, davidsutherlandshowroom.com. Grand hallway: Barbuda dining chairs by Christian Liaigre, David Sutherland.

 

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