Architectural hardware company Krownlab has a lovely office and production hub located in Portland, Oregon.
The Krownlab space is both a practical, functioning manufacturing hub, and a beautiful, inspiring workplace that helps spark ideas for new products. It features a glazed-in conference room, and many nooks throughout the building to let people find the space that best fits their current task. A shipping container was brought in and retrofitted to be a closed off space for dusty and loud manufacturing and prototyping processes. This container can be easily moved when the building needs to be reconfigured. Lots of thought went into renovating the building to make it a flexible-use space that mixed the rawness of the original timber and concrete with clean new surfaces.
Krownlab lives in a 2,500 sq foot office and production hub located at 2351 NW York St in Portland, OR. The building was constructed in 1930 and has housed everything from a manufacturer of steel braided cables to a ukulele maker. Krownlab moved into their new building in October, 2014. We rent out the rest of the building to amazing companies we admire. Not only does this encourage collaboration and let us share resources, it inspires new ideas.
Krownlab makes extraordinary architectural hardware for everyday use. Our systems work with a wide range of materials from metal and glass to wood and composite. We combine obsessive engineering, rigorous testing, cutting-edge manufacturing, and world-class customer service to deliver solutions for any space.
Photography: Courtesy of Krownlab
Source: OfficeSnapsShos – Krownlab Offices – Portland
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