A young contractor with a strong belief in green building practices wished to create a new, LEED certified office space for his growing company.

 Numerous workstations, private offices, a conference area, and kitchenette were carefully placed within the existing loft to maximize flow while providing spatial interest.

A refined palette of wood, stainless steel, glass, white concrete, and white walls contribute to an airy space. Reclaimed fir is used at the workstations, entry wall, and cantilevered stair.

A living wall of mixed plants serves a dual purpose by also serving as an air filtration system.

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Interior Commercial Offices
United States

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