In February of 2015, Niketown closed their doors for a major renovation after 10 years of booming business. Not only did appearances change, but in the reopening of July 2015, it was renamed Nike Seattle.

It took over 600 man hours, 700 feet of glass, 2700 pounds of steel and 15 transformers to complete this project. Our master glass bender Zach Velkoff bent ALL glass that was used for this piece!

We were ecstatic to not only partner with such a successful American multinational corporation such as Nike, but also Guild LA design firm who developed this creative design specific to the City of Seattle. With so many icons, it is hard to pick a favorite. We want to know which one stands out to you!

It was an absolute pleasure to partner with two great companies thanks to our sales representative Carole Alexander. We appreciate all the hard work all teams put into making this art come to life.
In February of 2015, Niketown closed their doors for a major renovation after 10 years of booming business. Not only did appearances change, but in the reopening of July 2015, it was renamed Nike Seattle.

It took over 600 man hours, 700 feet of glass, 2700 pounds of steel and 15 transformers to complete this project. Our master glass bender Zach Velkoff bent ALL glass that was used for this piece!

We were ecstatic to not only partner with such a successful American multinational corporation such as Nike, but also Guild LA design firm who developed this creative design specific to the City of Seattle. With so many icons, it is hard to pick a favorite. We want to know which one stands out to you!

It was an absolute pleasure to partner with two great companies thanks to our sales representative Carole Alexander. We appreciate all the hard work all teams put into making this art come to life.

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