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27 Gaukel St redevelopment | 3 fl | U/C
#31
The uncovered portion of brick (that has since been painted over, originally covered with the Schreiters sign) looked pretty gaudy in my opinion. If it matched the brick of the current Thalmic offices more I'd be all for it, but this brick looked pretty patchwork with a heavy colour variance. Kinda vomit-coloured, and some of it was sooty vomit-coloured, to paint a vivd picture of it Smile
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#32
(12-03-2017, 10:48 AM)Spokes Wrote: I would too.  But I've been told by people not from around here that we "REALLY" love our brick here.

People from here don't need to say it - they know we're all about the brick!  Smile
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#33
Some pictures from inside the new office that were posted to Twitter

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#34
Looks like it turned out very nice. I really like how much natural light comes through..
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#35
Looks like the building is being painted with a mural of some sort! Nice to see Smile

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#36
So THAT is why they had all those tarps up! Smile
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