You walk into a cavernous warehouse space. Huge, strong, dramatic carved-wood panels, obelisks, and metal sculptures with sweeping curves dominate the large space. Images of boats are everywhere…
The building at 1424 10th Avenue was constructed in 1902 as a garlic processing plant. Garlic was hoisted on racks to dry in the upper reaches (like the flies of a theater), packed, and, as time went on,
sent by the Pike Street trolley down to the new Pike Place Market.