The Brain is a 14,280 cubic foot film lab where the client, a filmmaker, can work out ideas. Located in Seattle, WA, it was built in 2002 and the main designer is Tom Kundig. The shape is essentially an in-situ concrete box, intended as a strong but neutral backdrop, offering complete flexibility to customize the space however you want. A steel mezzanine is set in the box along the north wall. All internal structures are made of raw, hot-rolled sheet steel, wood and large windows. Such an interior would definitely inspire to create something original. I think it’s not just for filmmakers, it’s also for artists, writers, and actors.