Elliott + Associates Architects Connects the Digital and Physical at ImageNet

It occupies the former warehouse’s loading dock. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

Elliott + Associates Architects repurposed toner cartridges for a wall installation at ImageNet Consulting in Carrollton, Texas. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

In a corridor, a 1938 typewriter sits on a pedestal of pine, recycled paper, and glass, backed by a shrink-wrapped glass panel. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

Used steel filing cabinets, with their bottoms removed, were painted, fitted with LEDs, and suspended from aircraft cable to become pendant fixtures in the multipurpose reception area. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

Vinyl text runs across the sales center’s tinted glass walls. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

The 6-foot cube hanging in reception is acrylic. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

Spray-painted foam from packing crates composes a wall installation. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

Chairs in the anteroom for the training center are by Charles and Ray Eames. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

Sliding doors separate the café from the training center. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

Inside the training center, reflective insulation covers walls, beneath a canopy of toner cartridges. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

The screening room’s Eames chairs seat 14. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

It’s lined in bubble-wrap envelopes, glued in place. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

ImageNet prides itself on recycling. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

Karim Rashid chairs bask in the café’s glow, created with the help of gelled LEDs. Photography by Scott McDonald/ Gray City Studios.

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