Three Mithun projects were recently selected as finalists as part of the 2013 NAIOP Night of the Stars Awards.
On October 10, Chatham University hosted a “behind the scenes” tour of the construction progress on the new Eden Hall Campus and announced a recent $15 million donation from the Falk Foundation.
The American Institute of Architect’s (AIA) Magazine selected Mithun as one of 50 top firms in the design category as part of their annual survey.
Montana State University’s (MSU) newest residence hall was designed with an emphasis on sustainability and the surrounding mountain landscape.
An article by Erin Christensen Ishizaki, Associate Principal at Mithun, was recently featured in Design in Public’s blog as part of the Seattle Design Festival. Each September, Design in Public and AIA Seattle host this event to explore how design improves the quality of our lives. As part of this year’s theme of “design in health,” Christensen Ishizaki explains how data and community feedback can help influence the approach to healthy community design:
“Our health is dramatically affected by our surroundings. We intrinsically know this, and now we have big data to understand the complex systems of our environment in a whole new way. Designers are using this data to find specific solutions and improve our quality of life.” Continue reading
For more information about the Seattle Design Festival, visit www.designinpublic.org.
In an article published by Northwest Asian Weekly, Casey Huang, Associate Principal at Mithun, discussed the sustainable design features of the recently completed Goodwill Job Training and Education Center and the soon-to-be-built Hirabayashi Place.