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A couple days ago I showed you the salvaged columns used as the centerpieces for a park. This photo shows two circa 1908 brick buildings once used as warehouses that were left intact and joined by a common atrium to create a wonderful new space. It's a very pleasant place to enter, and I always enjoy the light in the created courtyard between these original structures. I took this photo at night because of the graphic elements that caught my eye from outside on 2nd Ave near the corner of King Street. This renovation was a project by Ralph Anderson of Anderson Koch and Duarte and is known as Court in the Square.New Round: Please click here to vote again in this latest round if you would care to support Seattle Daily Photo in Metroblogging Seattle's 2nd Tournament of Blogs. You can vote once each day through next Wednesday to help SDP qualify to advance to the final round.