A little water and a little air …

Let’s be frank: we’re pretty busy. 

We’ve built tables out of reclaimed wood we found in the space during our demolition. They’re amazing. Come visit and see them. Our designer Kristina even freehand Dremeled (not a word) into the tables otters in various states of movement. They are incredible. She’s a phenomenal designer, and we’re chuffed (British phrasing) to have her as part of our team. 

We have figured out where to get the water we need. It’s right here in this building. In this very building! Who would know that a 100+ year old structure such as this one could hide so many bizarre and delightful things in its nooks and its crannies? 

The HVAC concerns have been allayed. Thanks to some late night physics with Head Brewer Owen and Random Task John, fueled by some experimental suds that Owen’s developing, we were able to calculate the amount of energy per unit time that our all-electric system will radiate to the air in the space. For those of you who are interested, it’s about 30,000 BTU/hour. Not too much, not too little. It’s just the right amount. Juuuust right. And nothing a wee in-line fan can’t address. 

Come by! We just got the floors finished up (Go2 down in Tacoma is incredibly, by the way) and they are a rippling, reflective, aqueous green paradise for your eyes. 

We can’t wait to see you darken our doorway.