Gateway had the uniquely fun and interesting opportunity to work with Pop Cap Games on a tenant-improvement project involving the 15,635 sq. ft. third floor of the Fourth and Battery Building owned by Martin Selig Real Estate.
The project was highlighted in Interior Design Magazine’s May 2012 issue, and proved to be a casually trendy project for Gateway.
The project included such imaginative design elements as Braun Brush products, modern light fixtures, exposed concrete floors with a polished concrete and sealer, radius walls & soffits, full dry-erase-marker walls in offices and collaborative areas, striped walls and ceramic tile at break areas and throughout, state-of-the-art audio/video equipment including an 84-inch interactive touch-screen located in the main corridor to showcase the company’s gaming products, and an employee gaming theater (complete with a 1970’s walnut credenza). Acrylic doggy doors were even installed for the company mascot, Noni. The pendant light fixtures located at the elevator vestibule were manufactured for underwater use. The reception desk is a solid-surface eco-friendly material. The canopy of the space diffuses incandescent light.
SkB Architects used a variety of new products and creative designs to capture Pop Cap Games’ vision of a fun and exciting place to work. The client was so satisfied with the result of their new space that a fifth-floor build-out followed.
|Location||Bank of America Fifth Avenue Plaza, 800 5th Ave #500, Seattle, WA|