For more than thirty years, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) has led the fight for HIV prevention and treatment services in Illinois. Located on the 11th and 12th floors of 200 W. Monroe, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago’s space will give AFC the opportunity to fulfill their non-profit goals and give their employees a beautiful, multi-functional home.
The 11th floor features a large reception area, along with 5 huddle rooms, a large tele-conferencing room and a podcasting room.
The 12th floor has multiple small conference rooms, the café, main conference room, and open and private offices.
- Automatic door openers at all entry doors and bathrooms
- A 380 ft. continuous light fixture winds through the space
- Custom graphics on the glass of every office, huddle room and small conference rooms
- K-13 was sprayed on the ceiling deck of the open office areas and café to improve acoustics
- Live plant wall in the café
- Custom island with FORBO counter-top
Architect: Charlie Greene Studio | 34,000 sq. ft.
Photography: Christopher Barrett