Berger Partnership creates meaningful, sustainable environments that balance innovative design practices with real world sensibility. All are integral to their surroundings, activated and authentic.
Selected from 544 entries, Berger Partnership received two awards: Whidbey Island Residence in the residential design category, and Washington Fruit & Produce Company in the General Design category.
This new park features a Great Lawn, loop paths, sun slopes, informal play meadows and hills, a playground, picnic shelters, barbecues, ponds, and a viewpoint overlooking the in-progress Light Rail line.
The Interdisciplinary Science Center will house laboratories, study areas, and a classroom for four science disciplines, connected by glass-enclosed walkways to the original science building.
On mentioning sea level rise, one conjures vivid images of storm-surged shorelines. Its major threat to Seattle, however, isn't the communities along the shoreline, but the city’s only river—the Duwamish River.
The Market to MOHAI corridor leverages existing public streetscapes and spaces, and adjacent property owners and businesses, to forge a vital new connection through some of Seattle’s most thriving business districts.