VIENNA, VA, December 09, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Lessard Design
is excited to announce the opening of its new Chicago office: The Lucien Lagrange Studio of Lessard Design. Mr. Lagrange is nationally and internationally recognized for his classically-inspired designs of contemporary skyscrapers and elegant renovations. He continues to create the designs and buildings that have made him one of the most respected and sought-after architects of his generation. The joining of forces between east coast-based Lessard Design and Lagrange also creates an opportunity for Lessard to expand its presence into the vibrant and thriving Chicago and Midwest markets.
Lessard Design's founder & CEO, Chris Lessard says, "We are thrilled to welcome Lucien Lagrange to our family and we will commit the resources necessary to support him and his outstanding work."
"Lessard Design and their principals have a marvelous portfolio of successfully completed mixed-use, hospitality, low and high-rise multi-family and condominium projects in the United States and abroad." says Lagrange, "With Lessard I am able to continue to work on residential, hospitality, and adaptive reuse projects which are my specialty areas."
For more than 30 years, Lucien Lagrange has built a legacy of classic elegance and timeless quality. With the full support and collaboration of Lessard Design, he is already building upon that legacy - attracting new clients and creating inspired designs for midrise and high rise projects in Chicago, New York and China.
The Lucien Lagrange Studio of Lessard Design will be located at:
29 South LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60603
About Lessard Design
is an international architecture and planning firm committed to creating environments that inspire connection, collaboration, community and commerce. Headquartered in metropolitan Washington, DC, the firm also has offices in New York, Atlanta, Ahmedabad, India and now Chicago. Lessard Design's projects have been featured in the several national publications including New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and Urban Land Magazine.
Olivia I. Cejas