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Educational opportunities at the Washington Park Arboretum Environmental Education Center engage visitors from their arrival and continue to unfold throughout each visit. To protect the regional watershed and expand learning opportunities on site, vehicular runoff from the parking lot is processed and celebrated by new green stormwater infrastructure as it flows towards Duck Bay. An undulating pedestrian boardwalk invites visitors to experience the series of lush stormwater rooms from high to low. Image by Plomp for Mithun.

Posted: 07.28.2021

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Sprouting from a collaborative partnership between the University of Washington, Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Arboretum Foundation, the new Environmental Education Center dramatically expands educational programming at this beloved park. The predesign concept features an expressive green roof and strong connection between new learning areas, the educational courtyard and the meadow beyond. Mithun provided architecture and landscape architecture services. Image by Plomp for Mithun.

Posted: 07.27.2021

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Excited that our local @kingcountylibrary branches re-opened this month! We look forward to seeing families cozy up with a good book again in the “sunset perch” at the Newcastle Library kids’ reading area. 📷: Benjamin Benschneider

Posted: 07.22.2021

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CalArts’ ability to inspire the performances of its conservatory-trained musicians is paramount. In response, the Wild Beast Pavilion frames the individual soloist in recital mode and acts as a generous forestage to accommodate the Institute's Gamelon concerts. A combination of rotating, sliding, and pivoting surfaces allow the pavilion to easily and quickly adapt both spatially and acoustically to a variety of performance configurations. The audience is welcomed with casual seating, terraced steps and a balcony for receptions. Designed by our Mithun Hodgetts + Fung studio in Los Angeles. 📷: @tom_bonner_photography

Posted: 07.17.2021

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Wild Beast Pavilion at California Institute of the Arts combines attributes of a fine musical instrument with an ensemble of kinetic and structural innovations, capable of rapid transformation from an enclosed classroom and recording studio into an outdoor performance shell. Its form and materials celebrate musical genres represented by the curriculum of Herb Alpert School of Music. Designed by our Mithun Hodgetts + Fung studio in Los Angeles. 📷: Tom Bonner

Posted: 07.17.2021

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Mithun is looking for skilled marketing and graphic design team members to join our integrated design practice. Visit our careers page for more info on these and other open positions in Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles! https://mithun.com/people/careers/ (clickable link in bio)

Posted: 07.15.2021

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The @Jamestown.LP team is back in the office here in San Francisco! This space at 1105 Battery is designed to support multiple work styles, postures and group sizes from morning coffee to Friday happy hours. Modular lounge furniture and lightweight chairs made of recycled materials can even be moved out of the way for group yoga classes under the atrium. 📷: Jasper Sanidad

Posted: 07.13.2021

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In anticipation of this weekend’s #Pride2021 celebrations, we’re sharing a festive #flashbackfriday view from our San Francisco office at 660 Market. As we look back, we celebrate hard-earned progress and revel in shared community. We also look forward and renew our commitment to promote justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI) in our firm culture, project work and partnerships. Join us.

Posted: 06.25.2021