How can new architecture support cultural heritage?

Anhalt East John Street

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  • Anhalt - 1600 E John E
  • Anhalt - 1600 E John 1937
  • Anhalt - 1600 E John 1949
  • Anhalt - Fig 32 Circ stair
  • Anhalt - circular stair from above
  • Anhalt - base of stair
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Details

Stephen Day Architecture was the preservation and adaptive reuse architect for this innovative historic tax credit project. Working with owner/developer Trinity Real Estate, a Seattle development company active in the restoration of Seattle landmarks, Mr. Day wrote and successfully submitted the National Register nomination for this property. Our firm worked with the owners, with project architect Public 47, with the State of Washington, and the National Park Service on the conversion of this building from offices for Group Health back to its original residential use.  The design team led by Public 47 won the 2015 Award of Honor from the AIA for their work on this project.  Historic Seattle also granted a 2015 Preservation Award to the team for this project.

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