Seattle Space Needle Building

Seattle Architecture News: Washington Buildings

Seattle architecture news, new buildings in Washington, USA – Space Needle renewal completed by architects Olson Kundig, 605 ft tall tower complete with rotating restaurant built for the 1962 World’s Fair – info on architects & construction photos – Seattle building news, Washington architectural developments.

Queen Anne Residence in Seattle

Queen Anne Residence in Seattle

Graham Baba Architects redesigned the Queen Anne Residence and transformed a relatively conventional 1990’s Northwest contemporary house into a meticulously detailed contemporary residence merging old world charm and modern sophistication.

The Studios in Seattle

The Studios in Seattle

Graham Baba Architects designed the union of seven rentable studios. The Studios was established to fill a city-wide void in state-of-the-art space for rehearsals, auditions, readings, recording sessions, and performances.

The Burke Gilman House in Seattle

The Burke Gilman House in Seattle

Stettler Design and Paul Michael Davis Architects designed The Burke Gilman House Located near Seattle’s Burke Gilman bike trail. The design takes advantage of the width of a double lot and views of the lake, city and mountains toward the southwest.

Laurelhurst Midcentury House in Seattle

Laurelhurst MidCentury House in Seattle

Initially designed by Ibsen Nelsen in 1961, the layout of this home was very well considered, but the character and flow between spaces wasn’t a good fit for the daily patterns of the new owners. mw|works are responsible for the updating of this property.

Kati Restaurant in Seattle

Kati Restaurant in Seattle

The Kati ownership team approached goCstudio to design a vegan Thai restaurant located in a former pub space sited in South Lake Union, a rapidly developing neighborhood and center of Seattle’s booming tech industry.

Puget Sound house

Scavenger Studio, Puget Sound

Designed by Eerkes Architects Scavenger Studio is a 914-sqft studio designed for an artist/activist in the woods in rural Washington state, built using as much free-cycled material as possible.

Meadowbrook Cabinet Basement Seattle house

Meadowbrook Cabinet Basement, Seattle House

Meadowbrook Cabinet Basement, Seattle, design by Paul Michael Davis Architects – the benefits of compartmentalization have been taken to a new spatial level with PMDA’s innovative remodel, maximizing space while also creating a private sanctuary.