192 Shoreham Street by Project Orange
The two storeys that Project Orange have added to the roof of a redundant brick warehouse in Sheffield look like another building stacked on top. The upward extension replaces a pitched roof, creating three duplex studio offices within a powder-coated steel volume that both overlaps and bites through the original brick structure. A new restaurant and bar occupies the double-height warehouse space below, where it benefits from light through the original two-storey-high arched windows.
Restored Warehouses Where You Can Tie the Knot - Built in 1907 for use by the Stetson-Ross Manufacturing Company, which created woodworking tools for ships, Sodo Park is directly tied to the original building, and still reflects those roots today: The factory floor is now the venue’s dining room, while the coat-check space was originally used as a vault for Stetson-Ross. SoDo Park, short for “South of Downtown,” is nestled in the heart of Seattle’s historic district.