Designed as an elite rooftop lounge for the hotel’s premium tower suites, The Nobel at St. Jane Chicago sits atop the 24th floor and creates an experience that impresses even the upper echelon of the modern bourgeoisie. It is said the building was designed to resemble a green champagne bottle with gold foil at the top. With that in mind, elements of this chic, celebratory inspiration were intricately woven into the interior design. The building’s cap, visible from the amenity floor and terrace, is ornamented with 24-karat gold while bronze trim extends from the tip of the spire to the ground level. The curves of champagne bottles and flutes are highlighted in many of the design elements from curved walls to furniture and custom lighting. Vintage champagne advertisements informed the overall color palette of lush wine-country greens, distressed gold accents, and warm wood tones. Soft blushes and warm neutrals mimic shades of sparkling wines. Two 15-foot floor-to-ceiling curved glass bottle displays with integrated LED lights usher guests into the bar where they are greeted by French gray herringbone pattern white oak flooring that leads to contemporary furnishings, including soft-cut velvet-tufted banquette seating. Stunning, custom 34-inch tall multi-tier chandeliers with antique bronze metal-dripped fringe chains hang overhead. A lounge down the hallway where guests sink into vintage, champagne floral-velvet upholstery in gold, chartreuse, pale pinks and greens lit by softly glowing suspension pendant lights completes the indoor experience. Outside, a 1,300 square-foot outdoor terrace serves as an extension of the space. Wood plank flooring and contemporary lounge seating invite guests into Chicago’s famous rooftop skyline as they come closer than ever before to the iconic cap of the exuberant Carbide & Carbon Building, home of The Nobel.