Architectural Artifacts

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Architectural Artifacts
Photo: Grace Wiley Architectural Artifacts

Opened in 1987, Architectural Artifacts specializes in selling unique architectural antiques. Pieces in the store include a zebra skin drum circa 1950 and an 18th century Japanese teapot in a wood basin. If you can’t afford to drop $5,900 on a teapot, there’s always the free museum within the ground floor of the atrium space.


Venue name: Architectural Artifacts
Address: 4325 N Ravenswood Ave
Cross street: between Cullom and Montrose Aves
Opening hours: Sat, Sun 10am–5pm.
Transport: El stop: Brown to Montrose. Bus: 9, 50, 78.
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I am in love with Architectural Artifact. Their loft space is incredibly unique and their Atrium is wonderful for any event. You also have the option of using their outdoor space which is nice in that you are protected if it storms, but if its nice out its still available. Added bonus – they are in the same building as a reclaimed furniture store, so you have tons of great decorations at your disposal to use to decorate your event! And the staff is amazing!