Alter Studio and One Eleven Design created a beautiful balance between the raw architecture and the contemporary interior of this new office space for Peddle, an internet company. The simplicity of the white palette and the reclaimed wood allows key features to shine, such as the blend of vintage and punchy furniture and lighting.
"Originally built in the 19th century as a general store, with a 4th floor and new façade added in the 1940s, the Buttrey Building housed a variety of offices before falling into disrepair. Standard partitions and lay-in ceilings were removed to reveal the building’s cobbled-together structure, which in turn serves as a raw frame for the new space. Three ‘rooms’ are inserted – a large & small conference room and a kitchen - around which the working space flows freely. Reclaimed wood from local barns employed for floors and walls, along with purpose-made steel fixtures and hardware, are set in contrast with an abstract palette of glass, stainless steel and plaster."