We’re proud of our connection and love for Washington’s Methow Valley, so it was a pleasure to speak to the Wall Street Journal on the distinct architectural style emerging in these nature-driven communities.

The Seattle Times highlights different ways architects are answering how Seattle will house its growing population, featuring Bryant Heights as an example of a new development that knits together a dense family neighborhood with vibrant retail corridor while maintaining its park-like character through tenacious preservation.

We built a camera obscura in Occidental Park as part of the Seattle Design Festival and examined whether we can trust our own perceptions.




A project that defines the idea that you can’t make a great building without a great client.

Integrating a 4.3 acre mixed use development into a traditional single family neighborhood in ways that improve the quality of both.

A landmark for Maple Valley, the library sets precedent for preservation in a second-growth forest. 


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