Stephen Day Architecture focuses on design, historic preservation, development and environmental sustainability. We collaborate with a wide variety of colleagues in realizing great projects.
Stephen Day initiated the acquisition, project concept, design, development and has organized the owner group in creating The Penrose Walla Walla, a historic hotel project located on Mill Creek near Whitman College in downtown Walla Walla, Washington. Located at the center of this nationally-recognized historic town, in one of the most significant, emerging wine producing regions in the world, this project includes both the complete rehabilitation of a National Register-listed historic building… read more
Stephen Day Architecture has been selected as the lead architect for the Hastings Building/Hastings Landing hotel project, located on the waterfront in the Victorian-era Port Townsend Historic District, a National Register-listed historic area. Our team, in association with RMC Architects, was selected by the Hastings Estate Company, the legacy owners of this unique 1890-era property, to lead the adaptive re-use of the historic building and a major pier-supported addition. Our work for this mixed… read more
Our firm has been designated the historic preservation architect for the Butterworth Building, a National Register property located in Seattle's Pike Place Public Market Historic District. We will be assisting our client McAleese Properties LLC, in taking the adaptive re-use of the property through the National Park Service tax credit review. Working in collaboration with lead architects Chesmore/Buck Architecture, the project involves the total rehabilitation of the Butterworth & Sons Undertakers… read more