Architecture: Religious, Commercial, and Chocolate
The Seattle Sephardic Brotherhood was my client from 1992 to 2000 for various projects at their cemetery on Highway 99 in Seattle. During those years I designed a cemetery directory kiosk, conducted a feasibility study for a new chapel and re-zoning, and finally designed a new chapel within the existing footprint, to which was added a new plaza, a 200-foot-long memorial wall, and other improvements to the grounds.
City People's Garden Store
This project was one of several for this client. We added a new facade, windows, skylights, and a trellis system to an existing wood shed building in Madison Park, Seattle.
A new office building for a monument fabricator in Seattle, Washington
Interpretive Center and Bird Blind for the Nature Conservancy at McChord Air Force Base, Washington
Images show kiosk as built and alternate design (not used)
Georgetown Service Center
This building had been the City Hall for Georgetown, a small community which was annexed to Seattle in the early-twentieth century. The clocktower had been removed after an earthquake in the 1960s. As Project Architect for Environmental Works, I led the design and construction of a new tower and of the remodeling of the interior to accommodate a service center, including a medical and dental clinic. The project won a Citation from the Seattle Landmarks Board.