Case studies


Chicago - 2017

At The Intersection of Arts and Science

Our rooms are inviting and warm, with plush, sateen weave bedding and Serta cooling for a softer, smoother touch. Our two event spaces include Emmy Noether and Symmetry. Noether, a German mathematician and professor in the early 1900’s, laid the groundwork for Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity. Symmetry, the guiding principle behind Noether’s Theorem, provides direction for conservation theory in physics, math, the arts, and nature. Boasting local, seasonal ingredients and a stimulating, intimate ambience, dining at the Albert is a feast for the mind, body and soul. Inspired by the intersection of art and science, our program is unique.