LMN Architects have completed the new Founders Hall expanding the business school’s capacity while improving the connection to the heart of historic Denny Yard as part of the larger Foster School of Business complex.
Commissioned by the City of Everett, LMN Architects and Everett Parks & Recreation collaborate to revitalize the Grand Avenue Park Bridge, demonstrating the city’s commitment to its community and environment.
Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and sited prominently at the highest point in the area, the five-story Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business designed by LMN Architects, LS3P Associates, and OLIN and Ayers Saint Gross, creates a new gateway for Clemson University in South Carolina.
A crucial part of a major transportation corridor connecting Whidbey Island to the Seattle-Everett metropolitan area, the inclusive and sustainable Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal designed by Howard Fitzpatrick of LMN Architects with HBB Landscape Architecture for Washington State Department of Transportation & Washington State Ferries redefines civic architecture.
Located in a landmarked Olmstead-designed park, the Seattle Asian Art Museum’s expansion and renovation led by Sam Miller of LMN Architects and landscape architect Walker Macy, inaugurates a new era for one of the few museums in North America dedicated exclusively to Asian art.
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