Now this is something unusual... An office building in a grain elevator with "landscapes from Tarkovsky's 'Stalker'", by Estonian practice KOKO.
"One of the most spectacular buildings in the Rotermann quarter, the grain elevator located on Hobujaama Street, was completed in 1904. The narrow building is over 100 metres long. The longer sides have no windows, but instead the limestone facade of the building is accentuated by metal straps that reinforce the wall. The wall is packed with metal details, like a useful old coat covered in buttons. The straps had the purpose of keeping the grain elevator walls intact even when the grain expanded."
Check out all the info and lots more photos over at KOKO Architects' website.