Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects

(312) 988-7412
www.sgwarch.com

Business Description
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. (SGW) has specialized in the design of custom single family homes since it was founded in 1994, and its projects have been honored with more than 40 prestigious design awards. SGW’s designers enjoy the exploration and mastery of a spectrum of architectural styles ranging from classicism to modernism, and as keen students of architectural history their depth of knowledge guides them in giving unique form to the vision expressed by each client. SGW is esteemed for its skill in adapting traditional planning concepts and detailing for twenty-first century lifestyles, and for the innovative ways in which its homes are tailored to the needs of today’s families. By combining its refined aesthetic sensibility with a pragmatic approach to construction and budgets, and a practical concern for the utility and durability of its buildings, SGW ensures that the design of each project is of the highest quality, from conceptualization all the way through final detailing. Articles and features on SGW’s work have recently appeared in the magazines Beautiful Homes, Chicago Home and Garden, Builder, and Custom Home; on HG TV, and the TV show Builders and Buyers; and in the blog GreenBeanChicago.com.
Location:
Chicago, IL US 
Contact:
Jeff Goulette 
Type:
 
Address:
350 W. Hubbard St., Suite 350
Chicago, IL 60654 
Fax:
(312) 988-7409 
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Bedrooms: 9 Quirky Ideas for Bedside Storage

Need a spot for your book and alarm clock? Forget a traditional table and try one of these ideas Full Story
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Linus Reimann-Kaißer
I decided that IKEA TRONES is the best nightstand for me. Hidden storage and a small railing on top so the alarmclock doesn't fall of easily.
last Thursday at 7:19AM   
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moochminnie
I made this bedside table from copper pipe and some plumbing elbows. It killed two birds with one stone, as I have hundreds of books and these oversize ones don't fit in any of my bookcases. I also had these red flower fairy lights from my childhood bedroom, and never found a good place for them until now!

Minnie
last Saturday at 2:21PM     
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