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Award-Winning Schacht Aslani Architects Joins Mithun’s Integrated Design Practice

Mithun and Schacht Aslani have a long history of complementary expertise and professional collaboration, and this new union leverages the knowledge and client work of both firms for a wide range of projects.

Posted: 12.04.2019

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With homeless people at high risk of severe health impacts during the coronavirus outbreak, our friends at Low Income Housing Institute and Sawhorse Revolution are working with the city and county to rapidly build and expand tiny house villages in the Greater Seattle area. Thank you for all that you’re doing to create shelter and safe haven for more of our fellow residents! Consider adding your support to these efforts – tiny houses cost at least $2,700 to develop, and organizations rely upon donations and volunteer labor to make it happen. Images are of our Wunderbar Recycled House, a current Sawhorse Revolution project designed in collaboration with students at Franklin High School and our colleagues at LMN Architects and Graphite Design Group.

Posted: 03.21.2020

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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! This year, we’re particularly thankful for the resilient spring greens provided by mother nature. Sharing a meditative view from the deep-green Sustainability Treehouse in Mount Hope, West Virginia, an AIA COTE Top Ten Award winner. Photo: Joe Fletcher

Posted: 03.18.2020

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We were honored to work with Seattle Foundation to craft a workplace that advances their mission to catalyze philanthropic efforts across the Puget Sound region. The Foundation’s work is particularly important at difficult times like these. Learn more about their COVID-19 Response Fund that will rapidly deploy resources to community-based organizations at the frontlines of the coronavirus outbreak in the Pacific Northwest: https://bit.ly/33ffMx6 (clickable link in bio) Photos: Ben Benschneider

Posted: 03.14.2020

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Gray Magazine includes Sanctuary Studios among The Best Things We Saw Last Month: “Sanctuary might have finally cracked the code on using tech as a tool for finding presence in the real world. And, it doesn’t hurt that their studio is kitted out in swank, immersive décor with rich textures, dramatic lighting, and bold, saturated color. Walking into Sanctuary feels like being transported to your own private micro-retreat where nothing—and nobody—can distract.” Thanks, @gray_magazine! Photos: Lauren Segal

Posted: 03.10.2020