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 with maintaining its park-like character through tenacious preservation.

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

The wait is over! Part two of our mock up series is live on the blog. In this installment we're covering our herclitean light installation for an upcoming mixed use public lobby in the new arts district Uptown.




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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