Located in the heart of the city’s design district, this gallery is part of a revitalization push to transform the area’s signature industrial facilities into art spaces. At around 13,000 square feet, the project respects the district’s architectural vernacular by retaining carefully chosen industrial details. The loading dock gets new life, penetrating the main exhibition hall as an upward ramp to the first floor. The ramp space is half glass, half metal, announcing what awaits inside. The main gallery is painted pure white with epoxy paint, and the ceiling is perforated to let natural light in to the hall. Adjacent to the exhibition hall is an auxiliary gallery which holds audio-visual art. The curator’s office and conference facilities are sited at the back of the site facing an alley, along with a couple of view rooms. A large storage room is located on the west of the site as well.