The design features contrasting wood tones presented in the form of reclaimed pallet wood cladding a rectangular volume sitting in the larger space. Brewing tanks and processes will border the tasting space, inviting patrons to see the process behind the product. Expansive bow-trussed ceilings and large roll-up doors to the outside make the space voluminous while conveying an industrial aesthetic consistent with the site's context.
Portlanders are a thirsty bunch. We get it. Which is why we're working with our friends at Sasquatch Brewery to bring even more tasty beverages to NW Portland, very soon. Permit application goes in Monday!
For those of you who read the Daily Journal of commerce, you may have seen an article on the front page of the January 13 issue describing a "different kind of college" that is soon to start in St. Johns. The Wayfinding Academy, which focuses on providing an alternate option for young people after high school, begins by exploring the questions "Who am I? What do I want to do with my life, and how can I start taking steps to reach that goal?".
As the architect for the project, we are thrilled to facilitate the process of design and review leading up to the school opening its doors in Fall 2016! Read more about the cause at their website here:
Stay tuned for more updates!
They've both been with us for a while now, but it's finally official! World, meet Emily and Chelsea, the most recent additions to our team and the talented women who help keep our office in line!
The latest branch for Verity Credit Union in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle is complete! Our team walked the job with Momentum, Inc, our partner on the job, and the client to preview the branch before finishing touches leading up to its grand opening! Some unique features include a moveable glass partition by Kwik-Wall, a custom fiber optic light installation featuring over 200 lit cubes, and a concrete raised access flooring system by Haworth which made the space universally accessible without the need for a ramp.
SUM's design for TFAW Comics in Los Angeles, CA has been featured in a brochure for the manufacturer of the lighting products used! Check out our application of the MicroSeries lights on page 5!