Joshua Green Building
When the Joshua Green Building decided to renovate the entire building to Gold LEED standards, they relocated former tenants and marketed the updated spaces to full-floor tenants. During the transition, the ground floor windows were covered with brightly colored window wraps promoting the newly available spaces. There were eighteen windows on two sides, and due to the sloping sidewalk they were all of different heights. The color bands helped to create the illusion of consistent heights. Many of the photos are by Level 29 Design.
I also designed all new building signage, starting with the exterior door and carrying throughout the building with tenant signage that mimics the antique brasswork found elsewhere in the building.
[showbiz JGBgallery]They commissioned me to create custom artwork using photos I took of landmark buildings in the neighborhood to encourage new tenants to move into the building and enjoy being in the downtown Seattle area. When the building was being renovated and they were looking to attract potential tenants, the rest of the building was gutted. This area remained as the showplace for what the tenants could experience by locating in this prime downtown area.
This six-foot wide canvas greets visitors as they step off the elevator, as the first in the series of photo art that lines the hallway of the fourth floor, leading to the management office, which is open to the public.