How can new architecture support cultural heritage?

Northern State Campus, Sedro-Woolley

  • Northern State - Admin South c 1930
  • Northern State - Admin North c 1940
  • Northern State - DSCN3398
  • Northern State - DSCN2278
  • Northern State - DSCN3372
  • Northern State - DSCN3373
  • Northern State - DSCN3400
  • Northern State - DSCN2240
  • Northern State - DSCN3368
  • Northern State - DSCN3416
  • Northern State - Admin South c 1930
  • Northern State - Admin North c 1940
  • Northern State - DSCN3398
  • Northern State - DSCN2278
  • Northern State - DSCN3372
  • Northern State - DSCN3373
  • Northern State - DSCN3400
  • Northern State - DSCN2240
  • Northern State - DSCN3368
  • Northern State - DSCN3416

Details

Working under a team assembled by our client, The Port of Skagit, and RMC Architects, Stephen Day Architecture is the historic preservation architect for this important, multi-phase rehabilitation of the Northern State Historic District, a National Register-listed district. Beginning with the first structures dating to 1911, this 300+ acre site was designed by the Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architects and eventually contained over 60 contributing historic structures designed by a series of prominent architects. The asylum was built by the State of Washington to include an entire farm complex, residences, hospital, offices, patient wards, staff housing, greenhouses, barns, stables and workshops. The Port of Skagit and the design team are working with the local tribes, the City of Sedro-Woolley, Skagit County and a wide range of stakeholders in crafting this phased architectural and landscape restoration.

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