Rainier Annex

Rainier Annex

Architect
Best Practice Architecture and Design
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Project Year
2014
Category
Pump stations
Mark Woods

Rainier Annex

Best Practice Architecture and Design as Architects

Best Practice was asked to develop a master plan for a multi-phase development of a 16,700sf site that was originally a gas station providing multiple options for artist studios. The first phase consists of building a new pre-engineered building, remodeling the old body shop garage and creating an outdoor sculpture garden. The site planning strategy was to create a composition of multiple buildings that would allow for autonomy for each tenant while feeling like they are a part of a community.


The existing buildings received a light make over consisting primarily of new windows and enhanced landscaping. The new building was constructed using an “off the shelf” industrial building system and then customized with unique windows, a mezzanine office with steel stair, and wood interior paneling. The space is used by a metal sculptor, who’s need for a tall volume of space accommodates both the creations and equipment.


Material Used :

1. Heritage Building Systems

2. Marlin Windows

3. Simpson Doors

4. Overhead Door Company

Product Specifications
BrandCategoryProducts
Heritage Building SystemsManufacturers
Simpson Door CompanySimpson Door CompanyDoors
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