Tilt49 – A Touchstone Office Development

  • Mixed Use, Office Shell & Core/TI
  • Wayfinding / Architectural Signage, Environmental Graphics, Property ID / Exterior Signage
  • Seattle, Washington

Engaging stairwell photos celebrating Seattle's historical music scene make tenants want to walk the stairs.

Simple yet clear signage at the office entry for Tilt49.

Why wouldn't you want to climb these stairs? Stairwell environmental graphics.

Simple yet elegant code signage adds to the character of the building.

Stairwells have never been quite this fun. Environmental graphics applied on the stair walls.

Code signage in the process of installation.

Code signage for a complex mixed-use project.

Seattle is celebrated at Tilt49. Wall environmental graphics.

With a mix of multi-family, retail and Class A office space, the Tilt49/AMLI Arc garage needed special wayfinding signage attention.

Parking garage wayfinding signage helps drivers find their way - to a variety of uses.

Signage for Amazon’s offices at Tilt49 in downtown Seattle

Waypoint was pleased to work with Touchstone, LLC on their signature mixed-use development in Seattle’s urban core. The project, which included 11 floors of office with 31,000 SF floor plates, a creative pop-up retail lobby and a 41-story residential tower was developed by both Touchstone and residential developer, AMLI. For the commercial portion of the project, Waypoint provided shell and core signage and exterior signage for the 305,000 SF Class A office building, called Tilt49. Environmental graphics that engaged office tenants to “use the stairs” were also a fun and surprising part of the project. Amazon.com is the building’s office tenant, ZGF Architects was the architect, and Mortensen was the general contractor.