Archive for December, 2008

The Vision Thing. And solar.

December 17, 2008

The new face of the new home of Feast Your Eyes.

The new face of the new home of Feast Your Eyes.

The new way into the new home of......

The new way into the new home of......

Thanks to the magic of RJ Thornburg of bahdee bahdu, here are drawings of how Front & Palmer will look. Of course, there will be changes, but these are pretty good representations of how gorgeous things will be.

On another front we’ve decided to install solar panels for the generation of electricity. We’re being helped in this by Andrew Kleeman, of EOSSS. There are many good reasons for doing this (not the least of which is that the building gives Good Roof…), and we’re excited that we can be an active part of this shift in how business goes about its business.

Speaking of solar, and the sky in general, take a gander at how our roof is looking today (or not looking, as the case may be):

This first phase of repairing the roof.

This first phase of repairing the roof.

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We’re on our way, into the future…..

December 8, 2008
Demo's begun. Can a kitchen be far behind?

Demo's begun. Can a kitchen be far behind?

This is the easy part: ripping out what you don’t need. Of course it’s the most dramatic, too.

That first picture will become 1400 sq ft of heated warehouse space we’ll be renting. Know anyone who might be interested?

Below is the space that’ll be our kitchen. You can see that, right?
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Another teaser: what you see in the next photo is the view from under the steel joists that will hold the floor for our atrium loft, which we’ll be renting out for events. It will be open to the roof, with just over 3000 sq ft of space. Book early, avoid the rush….

Looking up at the atrium loft, or what will be the loft, anyway.

Looking up at the atrium loft, or what will be the loft, anyway.

Last but not least, due to overwhelming demand we’ll be happy to accept comments here in the blogosphere. (Okay okay, the demand is mostly from our parents who want to kvell, but how can we say No?)