Studio

Under construction: The new canopy at Building 305 will offer weather protection for outdoor classrooms and performances.
Vision: The new canopy at Building 305 will offer weather protection for outdoor classrooms and performances.
Revived! The restored historic 924 steam locomotive is being tested in Snoqualmie on the first Saturday in October 2020.
Vision: The historic 924 steam locomotive will eventually be exhibited in the Roundhouse Gallery.
Projects

Feel like getting away?

Ideas worth exploring:

With many long-distance travel plans halted, we think now is the perfect time to explore what we have close by. Lucky for us, two of our clients provide a fantastic mix of beauty, immersion, and history–just a few hours from Seattle.

The Edge of the State:

Our work at Fort Worden, located at the edge of the Olympic Peninsula near Port Townsend, is almost complete. To be known as Maker’s Square, these rehabilitated structures within the historic military fort will create new space for learning and arts.

Visit the Fort Worden website here. 

(Nearly) Private Historic Trains:

After a pause, the Northwest Railway Museum has reopened. As of today, the Snoqualmie depot has fully reopened following State guidelines for safety. The exhibit hall will soon follow, in early September.

This is a rare time–with a lower capacity allowed, visitors are afforded a unique and more private experience of the environment.

Visit the Northwest Railway Museum website here.