The ongoing construction of the Seattle Aquarium Ocean Pavilion is minimizing the use of toxic and ecologically harmful materials such as plastics, vinyls, biocides, and other red-list materials throughout to create a public monument geared to environmental sustainability and marine conservation.
The newly built Founders Hall in the Foster School of Business at Washington University (UW), Seattle, is a six-story mass timber building that will store more than 1000 tons (2000 lbs) of CO2 for decades, keeping carbon out of the atmosphere for the lifetime of the building.
Woodland Park Zoo Seattle, Washington, has found a solution to heat and humidity loss in the Komodo Dragons enclosure with the use of special energy-efficient daylights, without having to build a new enclosure.
Cushing Terrell’s architecture and design teams reconfigured the existing floor plan of the company’s new Seattle office to allow for greater workforce flow and opportunities for collaboration by motivating employees to break free from quieter, focused workspaces.
Washington’s new behavioral health facility’s open-concept and flexible layout aims to maximize wellbeing, healing, and learning around a patient-centered, integrated care model emphasizing a mind and body bridge.
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