Inspired by the faceted architecture and the surrounding neighborhood, the interior design at 222 Dexter provides a dynamic interior experience.
18,013 SF Site
285,850 SF Residential
2,110 SF Retail
331 Residential Units
123 Parking Stalls
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Weber Thompson Interior Design was hired by Hewitt Architecture to design the interiors for their distinct, faceted glass tower in Seattle’s South Lake Union area.
Inspired by the architecture and the neighborhood, the interior concept seeks to differentiate the base from the top of the tower to provide a dynamic interior experience. The design of the ground level amenities at the tower base is artistic and rooted. The top of the tower is conceptually faceted and ethereal.
The retail component of the 22 Dexter project is a co-working space. An industrial steel framework separates a large open room into a series of smaller, more intimate work spaces.
The roof level lounge space features light and bright finishes to contrast with the warm, darker tones of the base levels. This level embraces its ample daylight, reveling in its warm luxury.
Elevating the everyday
Dreamy finishes and the warm glow of minimalist lighting take a seemingly basic corridor into a new realm.
222 Dexter in the News
Hewitt to share design updates to accordion-style ‘cloud tower’ in SLU
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
February 18, 2020