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Posted: Monday, August 19, 2013 4:00 pm | Updated: 9:20 am, Tue Aug 20, 2013.

A walk-in freezer that once held ice cream has been remodeled into a Santa Fe architecture office.

Vahid Mojarrab recently set up shop in the 550-square-foot freezer after cutting four holes in the metal walls for a door and three windows, and removing the compressor unit.

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2 comments:

  • Amie Selecman posted at 3:26 pm on Sun, Aug 25, 2013.

    AmieSF Posts: 7

    Vahid & Carol have always been concerned with environmental issues and this is such a perfect office for them...talk about the ultimate recycled office!! Perfection!

     
  • Joseph Hempfling posted at 4:44 pm on Mon, Aug 19, 2013.

    joehempfling Posts: 189

    Literally and figuratively A VERY COOL IDEA ! have a friend who lives near by and so decided to check out i.e look in the window, to see what the new guy on the block was up to.
    AND was pleasantly surprised; including a quiet street with lots of parking.
    And wish them well and much business success in their "new" location.

     

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