Currently under construction, the Field Arts & Events Hall in Port Angeles, Washington, embraces the region’s timber history with the use of wood and natural materials throughout the 3,809-m2 (41,000-sf) building.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) in Washington, D.C., has announced its plan to revitalize its permanent collection galleries and renew its key public spaces, to provide a more impactful and inclusive visitor experience.
The design of The Society Hotel Bingen in Washington, responded to contextual factors—adaptive reuse of a former school, 20 hotel cabins, a covered pathway, and a spa building—connecting the disparate structures through a shared roof.
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.
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