Pike Place MarketFront
The Pike Place Market Waterfront Entrance is an expansion of the iconic Pike Place Market that adds 30,000 square feet of new open space to the city.
Washington Fruit & Produce Company
Quaking Aspens, landforms and green roofs serve as a symbol of the company's connection to the fruit bearing lands of Eastern Washington
Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station
The Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station (GWWTS) is a King County satellite CSO treatment facility that will operate approximately 20 times per year, processing about 70 million gallons of wastewater annually.
The landscape for this half city block is anchored by a dynamic street edge courtyard and mid-block connection activating the western edge of Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood.
McGilvra Place Park
The world’s first park to achieve Living Building Challenge certification under the Landscape and Infrastructure typology.
Cross Kirkland Corridor
Cross Kirkland Corridor Master Plan considers new models of recreation, habitat creation, transportation, and development. It rethinks underutilized land and building stock while simultaneously layering multiple uses and
For this tech company's Seattle headquarters, Berger Partnership, in collaboration with Gehry Partners, designed a series of roof terraces with sweeping views overlooking Lake Union and downtown.
A large public plaza featuring sculpture and seating serves as a grand entryway and an extension of Seattle Center’s Northwest entrance resulting in a lively pedestrian environment.
Amazon Headquarters and Terry Avenue Streetscape
Once an industrial rail corridor, the six-block LEED Certified neighborhood is now a vital urban tech hub and home to the South Lake Union Trolley.
North Bay Residence
San Juan Island, WA
Green roofs are becoming a standard in new construction in the San Juans and this private residence is no exception.
Gene Schermer Instructional Building, Grays Harbor College
With the focus of the building as technology and innovation, the design addresses outdoor learning space with pervious hardscape, native and adaptive plant material, educational stormwater rain gardens, and a green roof.
Redmond Central Connector
The reimagining of this four-mile section of rail corridor as a linear park and multi-use trail creates a vision that is as much about gathering, culture, experience and art as it is about physical connections.
BelRed: Park, Trail and Open Space System Conceptual Design
The concept plan presents an exceptional opportunity to transform over 900 acres of centrally located land into a diverse and extensive system of parks and open space.
Capitol Hill Transit Oriented Development
The vision of making “20-minute living” a reality informed the team’s design approach and the early design renderings to develop properties adjacent to the soon-to-be-opened light rail station.
SR 520 Rest of the West Lid Project
Urban design issues addressed connectivity and pedestrian wayfinding to reconnect the Arboretum to the Montlake neighborhood and the UW via a lid over the new SR520 bridge.
Kirkland Justice Center
The City of Kirkland converted a former Costco Home Warehouse store into the new, efficient and centrally located Public Safety Building, housing the police, jail and courthouse.
The Bullitt Foundation’s visionary team designed the first mid-rise commercial building in the world to meet the Living Building Challenge (LBC).
Eisenhower High School
The central feature of this ambitious, 220,000-square-foot high school replacement project is a large courtyard which rests in a microclimate formed by the wings of the building.
Nordstrom properties located across the geographic and climatic spectrum are carefully designed to reinforce the quality and unique shopping experience established by this highly successful fashion retailer.
Seattle University Lemieux Library & McGoldrick Learning Commons
The plaza and rain gardens serve as the new social and academic heart of campus offering spaces for academic and physical sustenance.
Suncadia and Tumble Creek Resorts
The stunning Suncadia Lodge and private community of Tumble Creek are designed to celebrate all four seasons.
The shaped contours of Jefferson Park recall the decommissioned reservoir that previously occupied this site forming a network of Olmsted-inspired walking paths, lawns and dramatic views of Seattle and the mountains.
Cal Anderson Park
The reimagining of this Olmsted Park provides elegant pathways, open views and pedestrian gateways welcoming visitors to enjoy people-watching , oversized chessboards, a children’s play area and expanses of open lawn.
A 154-acre master plan is shaping this park’s transition from a former naval base into a destination park for active recreation, passive escape and a valued ecological oasis.
University of Puget Sound Commencement Walk
Commencement Walk is a pedestrian pathway that provides a physical and cultural link between the north and south ends of the University of Puget Sound Campus in Tacoma, WA.
This South Lake Union development sets a new standard for sustainable site development integrating urban farming, green roofs, captured stormwater and salvaged beams from the site’s renovated Historic Laundry Building.
Seattle Tennis Club
A pro shop expansion is set into the landscape and accessed by curving pathways to tennis courts and an events lawn offering expansive views of Lake Washington and Mt. Rainier.