Design studio Graypants has been in business since 2007, the collaborative project of Seattle’s Seth Grizzle and Jon Junker, who, though trained as architects, waited seven years to launch their first building. Called the Garage, it’s an open, multi-purpose space built on a lake near Emerald City, that reflects the lines of the original structure that stood in its place — yes, a garage.

Design studio Graypants has been in business since 2007, the collaborative project of Seattle’s Seth Grizzle and Jon Junker, who, though trained as architects, waited seven years to launch their first building. Called the Garage, it’s an open, multi-purpose space built on a lake near Emerald City, that reflects the lines of the original structure that stood in its place — yes, a garage.

Designed by Luxembourg-based architect Moreno, One on One is characterised by bold architecture featuring glass and metal. It’s highly appealing construction, composed of superimposed staggered volumes, gives it exeptional visibility while providing functional offices, with a high flexibility for tenant fit-out works. Its high quality construction with exclusive finishing make One on One a prestigious office building.

Designed by Luxembourg-based architect Moreno, One on One is characterised by bold architecture featuring glass and metal. It’s highly appealing construction, composed of superimposed staggered volumes, gives it exeptional visibility while providing functional offices, with a high flexibility for tenant fit-out works. Its high quality construction with exclusive finishing make One on One a prestigious office building.

BEFORE AND AFTER
Walking around downtown Manhattan we’re often amazed how dark and sooty most buildings have become after decades and decades of street pollution.  We love how the photo above, taken by Trevor Little and coming to us via Boing Boing, tells the story of the “before” and “after”

BEFORE AND AFTER

Walking around downtown Manhattan we’re often amazed how dark and sooty most buildings have become after decades and decades of street pollution.  We love how the photo above, taken by Trevor Little and coming to us via Boing Boing, tells the story of the “before” and “after”