Scranton Modern Industrial Remodel
The interior of the Scranton Road Building was designed with material and architectural choices based upon principles from the Industrial Revolution.
Mass production methods using metal and concrete were trademarks of Industrial revolution buildings and are staples of the Scranton project. It includes other common industrial architectural elements such as high ceilings, exposed ductwork and metal grid windows.
We continued the use, and re-use, of raw rough materials, keeping the original concrete floor, sealing the exposed, original brickwork and bringing in new steel elements such as intricate details in the kitchen and adding a 15’ tall steel bookcase in the living room.