We can already hear a few people muttering “But this was finished in 1964”. Absolutely right and designed by architect Bertrand Goldberg the twin towers we well ahead of their time.
So we used the sale as an excuse to clean clean clean. It’s not that we haven’t longed for a clean garage. There have just been MANY steps involved in the cleaning process including researching where to recycle electronics.
Designed by HOK Architects the parking space also uses a rainwater harvesting system to score more brownie points on the ‘going green’ scale. All that apart from the ample space of offer inside!
to eat after the first rush of shoppers comes throughto wear at all times (don’t leave money unattended) andfor resting in between surges of shoppers.
Here you might want to stay away from strictly contemporary or modern styles and a blend of industrial farmhouse or rustic with modern finishes works best. Start with the desk chair and shelving for all your office needs before you spread your wings and bring in decorative items.
This parking lot designed with a sense of flair by Elliott and Associates Architects is a fine example of meshing together modern design with the classic parking garage structure.