Nisqually Power Substation / TREE eco home furniture
Location: Tacoma, WA
Application: Historic replication
SCW Model Series: SCW964, SCW2500, SCW5000
St. Cloud Window historic replica windows bring life to former the Nisqually Power Substation, now home to TREE eco furniture.
These beautiful sage green historic replica windows are designed to maintain the historic integrity of this nostalgic space and beautifully frame the timeless, sustainable eco-furniture on display.
Not only do these windows help maintain the rugged industrial appearance of Tacoma’s Historic Brewery District, but they also offer modern thermal values and block surrounding city noise to create a balance of nostalgia and calm for visitors.
The old Nisqually Power substation is “a magical, historical huge building with amazing glass windows . . . . it’s our dream come true.” Nicole Wakley, TREE owner, TV5 interview
Project scope: 138 single pane, 10 single hung, 5 hopper, and 5 fixed windows
Customer: RAM Restaurant Group
Architect: Smith Co.
Building Status: Listed on Tacoma Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places
Photography by: Kristina Wunsch, Poppi photography and TREE eco home furniture