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Andrews Glen / SMR Architects

  • Architects: SMR Architects
  • Location: 10415 Main St, Bellevue, WA 98004, USA
  • Architect: SMR Architects
  • Project Team: John Woodworth, Paul Hanson, Scott Starr, Leah Ericksen
  • Structural And Civil Engineers: Coughlin Porter Lundeen
  • Client: Imagine Housing
  • Contractor: WG Clark Construction
  • Photographs: Courtesy of smr architects

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Seattle Children's Bellevue Clinic / NBBJ

  • Architects: NBBJ
  • Location: 1500 116th Avenue Northeast, Bellevue, WA 98004, USA
  • Architect: NBBJ
  • Consultants: Sellen Construction, PCS Structural Solutions, Affiliated Engineers, Inc., Cierra Lighting Group, Site Workshop
  • Area: 80000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: Benjamin Benschnieder/OTTO, Sean Airhart / NBBJ

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Green Concept Home / Modus V Studio Architects

  • Architects: Modus V Studio Architects
  • Location: 10415 Main Street, Bellevue, WA 98004, USA
  • Architects: Modus V Studio Architects, David Huang
  • Mechanical Engineer: Mitchell Engineering, Inc.
  • Landscape Designer: Studio 342 Landscape Architecture
  • Interior Designer: Millie Leung
  • Green Verifier: O’Brien & Company
  • Energy Consultant: Bushnell Energy Consulting
  • General Contractor: David Huang
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: Millie Leung

© Millie Leung © Millie Leung © Millie Leung © Millie Leung

Struggling Cities, Exhibit of Japanese Urban Projects in the 1960s

Original model of Arata Isozaki’s Cities in the Air, 1960
Original model of Arata Isozaki’s Cities in the Air, 1960

The internationally touring exhibit ‘Struggling Cities’ focuses on the proposals of urbanization by Japanese architects in the 1960s including: - Kenzo Tange’s “A Plan for Tokyo-1960;” - the Metabolist schemes of Kiyonori Kikutake, Kisho Kurokawa, Masato Ohtaka, Fumihiko Maki, and Noboru Kawazoe; and - Arata Isozaki’s “Cities in the Air” Currently on display the exhibit runs through Friday, April 29th (excluding Sundays) from 10am to 4pm at MulvannyG2.  ‘Struggling Cities’ was also featured at the Shanghai Expo in 2010 and at the Japan Cultural Institute in Cologne, Germany. Further details can be found here. The Japan Foundation Exhibit is co-sponsored by Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle and Seattle Cherry Blossom and Japanese Cultural Festival Committee, King County 4Culture, City of Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs. In collaboration with University of Washington College of Built Environments, American Institute of Architects Seattle, Hamilton International School – Future Cities, MulvannyG2, Japan-America Society of the State of Washington, Seattle Center, Nippon Express, and Yuri Kinoshita.

Bellevue Medical Center / HDR Architecture

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Gregg’s Cycles / Weinstein A|U

  • Architects: Weinstein A|U
  • Location: 105 Bellevue Way Northeast, Bellevue, WA 98004, USA
  • Project Team: Ed Weinstein, FAIA (Principal-in-Charge), Scot Carr, AIA (Project Manager/Architect), Heather Hargesheimer, AIA, LEED AP (Design Staff)
  • Structural Engineer: Swenson Say Faget
  • Civil Engineer: Coughlin Porter Lundeen
  • Landscape Architect: Karen Kiest Landscape Architect
  • General Contractor: Foushée & Associates Inc
  • Area: 12000.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2007
  • Photographs: Michael Burns, Ed Sozinho

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Bellevue Botanical Garden / Olson Kundig Architects

Rendering of an aerial view to Bellevue Botanical Garden  © Olson Kundig Architects
Rendering of an aerial view to Bellevue Botanical Garden © Olson Kundig Architects

The Bellevue Botanical Garden improvements, led by Olson Kundig Architects, include a new Visitor Center complex, renovations of a mid-century residence, and extensive site work. Targeting a minimum of LEED Silver certification, these improvements will enhance the existing educational program and provide facilities for greater numbers of visitors. “The Bellevue Botanical Garden has the potential to become one of the finest botanical gardens in the world,” shared Jim Olson, founder of Olson Kundig Architects. “I grew up in the Northwest and have spent my life exploring ways to bring architecture and nature closer together, to blur the distinction of indoors and outdoors and to frame nature so that its beauty is celebrated. This project offers a chance to bring my lifelong exploration to a place where it would encourage others to love nature as much as I do.” Further description and rendering following the break. Architects: Olson Kundig Architects Location: Bellevue, Washington, USA