Tuesday, May 14, 2013

See Video of Shipping Container Becoming Art Piece at the TI:ME at Montecillo

Project Gets New Facebook Page

The upcoming TI:ME at Montecillo retail and restaurant area on North Mesa Street will be partially constructed by reusing shipping containers, and now you can see one become a work of art in a new video released on Vimeo.


Container Mandala from EXIST1981 on Vimeo.

The time lapse video shows a short overview of activities at the Montecillo SmartCode development site before focusing on the shipping container that will be used as a public art monument at the TI:ME location, according to previously released renderings of what the final structure will look like when it's completed.
TI:ME at Montecillo has a new Facebook page.

A new Facebook page was recently created for the TI:ME at Montecillo project. The developers behind the project, Nick Salgado, Octavio Gomez and Rudy Valdes, have stated that they plan to open three new restaurants simultaneously at the site, a coffee shop, a Mexican cantina serving street food, and a casual steakhouse. There will be other retail spaces available at TI:ME.

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TimeAtMontecillo
Video webpage: http://vimeo.com/exist1981/epcontainer2013

1 comment:

  1. For shipping crates, I buy the cheapest pine boards I can get.  They are often warped and have all kinds of flaws, but for this purpose they don't have to be pretty--just try to choose pieces that look fairly straight.

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