The new 34,100 square foot space transforms a vacant former Nordstrom Rack retail anchor into a vibrant creative workplace. The design concept is based on the notion of an "Urban Gallery"; a flexible evolving workshop. Urban Porcheson entries of both the 3rd street frontage and Promenade Street are defined by deep, steel plate frames encasing a composed display of glass and integrated art walls. The entry integrates an art gallery with a monolithic plywood and folded steel plate concierge station. The flexible display space can be expanded or condensed into a series of smaller spaces with large steel barn doors encased with marine grade plywood panels. Four local artists were commissioned for the murals showcased throughout the space. The office layout allows numerous creative teams to utilize one shared space. The design's bold gesture removes private offices from the traditional office model to achieve the concept of a transparent workspace. Work areas and pockets of casual meeting spaces are linked by a seamless network of interior streets and alleys. Arranged amid the open office are 3 elevated masses that act as huddle rooms for gathering and private meetings. All workstations are custom designed and fabricated to incorporate drawing surfaces, adjustable height desks, and reconfigurable collaborative tables. The custom designed furniture blends a palette of natural and raw, industrial materials, such as European birch ply, steel panels and powder coated sheet metal. The mezzanine wraps the perimeter of the interior space creating a Bridgewalk overlook with lounges, workspace, and collaborative pin-up zones. A portion of the service dock was transformed into an urban garden, featuring green walls, relocated city trees, a fire pit, outdoor seating and large-scale murals. The headquarter office was recognized by USGBC with LEED Platinum and WELL Gold by IWBI.