The perfect blend of old and new - respecting the architecture that came before and creating something different for the end user to come. Rust red meets slate gray. Geometric meets organic. Brick meets steel. Thin glass meets thick.
Completed in 2012, this powder-coated-steel addition transformed a brick warehouse at 192 Shoreham Street in Sheffield, England, from a relic of the city’s industrial past into a vibrant commercial space with offices, a restaurant, and a bar. | archdigest.com
Built by Fearon Hay Architects in Auckland, New Zealand with date Images by Patrick Reynolds . Built between 1886 and the Imperial Buildings are a rich mix of heritage spaces and building fabric in downtown.