An early 1960's net drying shed was stripped to its structural elements, leaving intact the roof and concrete floor. The building was substantially rebuilt using overage materials collected from other construction projects. Metal windows and cedar siding on the exterior weather easily and need little maintenance.
The interior houses three work spaces, a meeting area, library and kitchenette. Reclaimed fir from school bleachers was remade into cabinetry, stair treads and furniture pieces. Large cedar and painted fir walls comprise a small gallery for rotating displays by local artists. Although adapted for commercial use, the structure was designed for easy conversion to a 2-bedroom residence or a live/work space if desired in the future.