Spread across 43,800 square feet of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, the mixed-use Chophouse Row serves as a dynamic redevelopment with office space, retail, and residential penthouses.
The project comprises a new, five-story structure (with two mezzanine levels) and an existing two-story auto warehouse, which are connected via pedestrian corridors.
The pedestrian pathway known as the Mews is lined with retail and dining options.
The Mews sits between two structures and is topped with wood joists that have been exposed during selective deconstruction.
Materials salvaged during demolition have been upcycled for use as siding and more in the new structure.
Original timber ceilings convey warmth across double-height interiors.
Dining interiors are flooded with natural light.
The 6,000-square-foot coworking space the Cloud Room, a collaboration between Graham Baba Architects and Brian Paquette Interiors, boasts modern furnishings, including tufted leather sofas.
The simple palette in the Cloud Room is accented with notes of orange and blue to offset a base of gray and brown.