Richard Artschwager's Exclamation Point, Yayoi Kusama's Sta- mens Sorrow, and John Chamberlain's J.J.J.J share the central gallery at a Pacific Northwest office by MR Architecture + Decor. Photo by Eric Laignel.
Chamberlain's Etruscan Romance in crushed automotive steel stands between the 8 1/2-foot-high plasterboard partitions that set off the gallery from offices and other work spaces. Photo by Eric Laignel.
In the reception area, a vintage Poul Kjaerholm sofa, a repro Kjaerholm armchair, Christophe Delcourt side tables, and a French 1950's steel table are surrounded by Stanislav Libensky and Jaroslava Brychtova's Eye of the Pyramid in cast glass, Lee Ufan's From Line in glue on canvas, and his With Winds in oil on canvas. Photo by Eric Laignel.
On the gallery's end wall, near the kitchen, hangs an oil on canvas from William Anastasi's Bababab series. For a terrazzo effect, the original concrete floor was ground down to begin exposing the aggregate. Photo by Eric Laignel.
Dale Chihuly's glass Macchia resides in the conference room. On axis with its custom table, constructed from low-iron glass and polished-steel oil drums, is Monkey, Chair, Good, Ready to Go, a mixed-media piece by Kippenberger. Photo by Eric Laignel.