Gallery: A look inside ISITE's sustainable space
By Christina Williams
Sustainable Business Oregon editor
Reclaimed shipping containers house an airy conference room. ISITE Creative Director Patrick Craig said the rusty finish was inspired by the patina of a fire-damaged shipping container.
Web design firm ISITE Design christened its new Northwest Portland office last week with a party, showing off a spiffy new space replete with bike racks, reclaimed wood details and a gas fireplace.
The build out of the office, completed by Portland-based design-build firm Siteworks, also features some futuristic sustainability features worthy of note.
ISITE, which has just over 40 employees in Portland, purchased the 18,000-square-foot building near Northwest Pettygrove and 20th and overhauled it with financing help from the Portland Development Commission.
Jean-Pierre Veillet, the principal of Siteworks and the brains behind EcoFlats, a net-zero apartment complex that opened last year, took photographer Cathy Cheney and I on a tour of ISITE's new digs. Click on the image to view the full gallery.
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