33. Architectural Salvage Warehouse #105architecturalinspiration
I have been visiting Architectural Salvage warehouses for years. There are a few spots around the state and I have been to all of them. Finding beautiful artifacts that have been saved and that you can re-purpose in a new building is exciting and fun.
From windows and doors to lights and signs, you are guaranteed to be inspired when finding beauty in details.
#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. I am taking on the challenge of finding two projects to spotlight each week in 2015. Hopefully I will be able to keep up and this process of discovery will push me to create better design solutions for my clients as I research and learn more about those projects I enjoy most. I challenge you to add your comments below about this project and to post your own inspirations for all to enjoy. Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31. Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renovations