Situated on a corner site in the commercial core of Madrona, Pike Station addresses each street with new ground level work/commercial spaces. Creating greater density with 7 new dwelling units, the project strives to become an exemplary sustainable community for its residents and the neighborhood. The project seeks to achieve the goals established in the Cascadia Region Green Building Council’s Living Building Challenge. Images courtesy of Lara Swimmer and atelierjones.
PUBLICATIONS AND AWARDS
– AIA Seattle Merit Award, November 2013.
– AIA Seattle Future Shack Award, September, 2011.
– Pacific Northwest Magazine, The Seattle Times, September 19, 2011.
– “Seven-unit, live/work project is his biggest ‘sculpture’ yet”, by Shawna Gamache, Daily Journal of Commerce, April 30, 2008.
– “Cool Building Coming to Madrona”, by Scott, Central District News, May 21, 2008.
– “Silence, Disappointment, and Improvement”, by Dominic Holden, The Stranger SLOG, May 21, 2008.