Courtyard Seating Area Features Space Needle Sculpture
Connecting the cafe and bookstore with the co-working space in the rear building is an open courtyard seating area. The Space Needle sculpture was made by a local artist using salvaged wood from the existing building, and the original windows were salvaged to retain the character of the 1922 building. By reusing as much as possible, there is personality and history mixed with modern design.
Black Piano in Front of Gray Wall With Black and White Wall Art
The piano is the perfect size to sit against this wall section. The gray wall coloring creates a smoky, calm background for the black color of the piano to pop. Two canvases feature a circular designs and black and white coloring.
In the fall of 2013, a single-story Craftsman was remodeled into a cafe and bookstore combo with a local, sustainable design that fosters community and commerce. The project attracted the attention of Historic Seattle and received the very high honor of their "Preserving Neighborhood Character Award" for transforming a humble house into an inviting community gathering place for a unique neighborhood business.
The Office at Adas Features Plenty of Storage & Work Space
There's plenty of cabinet space to store office essentials in this public office design by Jeff Pelletier. A large table is perfect for holding meetings, while desks line up parallel to each other with adjustable lamps to provide ample working space.
Theater Three of the Prospector Theater was designed to make patrons feel as though they were watching a movie from a rooftop under the stars. Comfortable lounge chairs provide the ultimate movie watching experience while also providing maximum flexibility for the space.This multi-functional theater has 55 fixed stadium seats and an open floor providing flexibility of seating types and layouts. It features movable walls that open into an alcove overlooking the courtyard. This theater space can host a variety of social events.
This dynamic space also provides a wide spectrum of uses. The lobby is an extension of the street, drawing patrons in and offering casual seating with a screen above for viewing previews and promotions. A ceiling representing the traditional sidewalk marquee marks the entrance to the theaters.
Prospector Theater Star Bar Mosaic Fireplace Focal Point
The fireplace mosaic is a focal point at the Prospector Theater Star Bar. It was designed around the theme of "infinite possibility" and incorporates dozens of Special Olympic medals that had been donated by athletes. The artists used the medals to represent stars - a literal nod to Hollywood, as well as a figurative reference to the theater's mission.
This upscale salon has a Midcentury Modern design that is girly, glamorous and vintage. The blush and cream palette makes the space feel soft and feminine, while the gold accents add a touch of glam to the rooms. Vintage details such as the white chandelier help to add personality to the space.
This theater is the largest of the four screens with seating for 170 people.The perforated metal screens on the walls provide the required acoustics for watching movies and the faux walnut panels on the ceiling create an elegant coffered design.
The secondary entry from the courtyard of the Prospector Theater exposes and highlights the vertical connection between the theaters. The marquee lights are in the flooring at the entry's in order to draw patrons into the lobby.
Broken Spanish is deeply devoted to a homey Mexican-American décor and offers a variety of dining experiences, from easy going two- and four-tops in the main room to bar seating. Orange and white Mexican tile decorates the entire wall adjacent to the open kitchen.
All existing framing lumber was salvaged and used to accent the bookshelves, product display shelves, cafe bar, point of sale, bakery case and overhead storage. The warm wood pops against the cafe's crisp white walls.