Can modular be sexy? Can a building be more than the sum of its parts? The Save That Stuff office building proves that the answer is "yes". Three over-the-road modules are combined onsite to create a semi-permanent, modern office space for the crew at Save That Stuff. Custom fabricated panelized parapet assemblies help to create the dynamic building form. A custom tongue and groove wood-decking conference table was fabricated by Stack from the reclaimed materials that are the specialty of client Erik Levy and his team. Wall partitions created from polycarbonate paneling and NuGreen sheet goods allow natural light to penetrate the private offices. The building is a model for highly-designed, semi-permanent, over-the-road commercial space.
Architecture: Utile, Inc.
Construction: Stack + Co.