Tanner Office Building

Tanner Office Building

Architect
Coates Design Architecture + Interiors
Location
Kingston, Washington, United States
Project Year
2014
Category
Offices
David W Cohen

Tanner Office Building

Coates Design Architecture + Interiors as Architects

Situated on a prominent site that captures a beautiful view of the Puget Sound, this 6000 sf  office building designed by Coates Design is a highly visible landmark in its growing community.

 

The building’s rectangular form is punctuated by a two-story glass atrium that serves as the entry lobby and vertical circulation space. Built to LEED Gold Standards, the surrounding environment is used to the building’s benefit with natural sunlight and air being utilized to create a comfortable and open office space. Additionally, a rain garden holds water until it is absorbed into the soil, helping to create a lively planted area.

 

These nature-utilizing features not only make for a beautiful space, but also reduce operating costs significantly. As day turns into night, the mechanically-operated shading louvers are opened and lights are turned, this glass tower becomes a glowing beacon of warm light.

 

Material Used :
1. Standing-Seam Metal Sider
2. Clear Western Red Cedar
3. Poured in Place Concrete Walls
4. Aluminum Clad Wood Windows
5. Exposed Wood Bar-Joists Structure
6. Photovoltaic Solar Panels on the Roof

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