Recharge and reset Nine places to go for a change of pace at Amazon's Seattle headquarters. on January 16, 2018 There are little surprises scattered throughout the architecture of our office buildings, everything from nooks to entire floors where Amazonians can leave their desks behind. These are spots to re-focus, unwind, collaborate, meet friends for lunch, or get the benefit of a fresh vantage point. We celebrate nine of these creative spaces below.
Abandoned by the U.S. Army and overtaken by nature, a former Nike... Photo-6098762.83048 - seattlepi.comLeafy tendrils work through the man-made structures of a former... Photo-6098772.83048 - seattlepi.comPaint peels from the walls of a former Nike Site S-13/14 missile site in Redmond. Once this site and the soldiers who worked there were the last line of defense against a Soviet attack. Paint peels from the walls of a former Nike Site S-13/14 missile site in Redmond.
In the forested hills east of Aberdeen, Washington, two colossal towers reach for the sky; an unfinished, dystopian reminder of overzealous nuclear power expectations born in the 1970s and later scrapped in lieu of future needs. Behold the Satsop Nuclear Power Plant. Never activated or structurally completed, the 1,800 acre plant now functions as a for-rent movie set (most recently for "Transformers: Age of Extinction"), military training ground and an active business park.
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Selecting a term
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