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Seattle Civic Square Proposal

Queen Anne Hill Urban Landscape Development in Washington, USA design by Foster + Partners & GGLO

Nov 5, 2008

Seattle Civic Center

Location: Queen Anne Hill, Seattle, USA
Date built: 2006
Design: Foster + Partners, UK, with GGLO

Seattle Civic Center building

Seattle Civic Center building design
image : narinder sagoo_foster partners

The Seattle Civic Square project, which completes the final phase of a ten-year civic masterplan, provides a vital new focus for Seattle’s civic life, reinvigorating the south downtown area for the whole city’s benefit.

Co-architects: GGLO

Architecture competition
Elements: Amphitheatre, plaza, 400ft tower

Foster + Partners Architects

Civic Square will set a new standard for mixed-use, high-rise buildings in the northwest. A large public plaza with retail shops, an office tower and residential condominiums are woven together into an engaging landmark with an active public space, lively retail and entertainment, art and landscape features, and places for people to work and live.
source: Civic Square Seattle

Location: Queen Anne Hill, Seattle, Washington, USA

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