Located between a high-tech corridor and a trendy neighborhood, Seattle’s Third & Harrison was envisioned by designers at Perkins+Will as a new, sustainably-designed icon for urban professionals interested in working close to the city’s natural elements.
Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, has opened its much-anticipated Spheres at the company headquarters in Seattle, Washington. Located in the city’s Denny Regrade neighborhood, the unique structures were designed by architectural firm NBBJ as a ‘botanical immersion’ with the purpose of improving employee productivity and collaboration through development of a more natural and biodiverse workplace.
The 2017 CSI Northwest+West Bi-region conference is coming to the Sheraton Seattle Hotel from Thursday, May 18 to Saturday, May 20. Hosted by CSI’s Puget Sound Chapter, the conference has been specifically designed to provide the commercial building team with practical product and education solutions.
There is considerable fervor on the use of mass timber in tall buildings. Much has been written and investigated about this methodology, but its application in the tall building arena is relatively unclear.
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