Archive for the 'Commercial Interior' Category

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Oct
16

East Wenatchee High School

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17
Sep
16

The Dalles, Oregon

The Dalles, near the end of the Oregon Trail, is an old town by western standards and full of historical buildings.

These two: the old City Hall (Clock Tower Building) and St. Peters Catholic Church are vintage 1890’s.

09
Aug
16

Bullitt Center, Seattle

The Bullitt Center is a commercial office building at the northern edge of the Central District neighborhood, near Capitol HillSeattleWashington. It was officially opened on Earth Day, April 22, 2013.[3][4] It is designed to be the greenest commercial building in the world when completed in 2012, qualifying for classification as a “Living Building” by the International Living Future Institute.

14
May
16

Night Club, Seattle area

A remodel of an older restaurant into a music venue. I only photographed the bar area this time.

A new club and restaurant, designed by the Food Network’s ‘Restaurant Impossible’ designer Lynn Kegan, is in the cards for the old Mia Roma location along State Route 522 in Kenmore. Capps Club is scheduled to open this spring said owner Dawna Capps, where they’re planning on bringing in live musical and comedy acts as well as offering a bar and Italian-inspired menu.

12
May
16

Mazama Country Inn, Winthrop, WA

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Nice hotel in very rural portion of the state.

 

16
Feb
16

Retirement / Nursing Home

One of my construction clients just completed this new facility…

13
Jun
15

St. Pauls Cathedral, Yakima, WA

St. Paul’s Cathedral, located in Yakima, Washington, United States, is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Yakima. Architectural style: Spanish Colonial Revival architecture. 

 On February 8, 1926, excavation for parish church began on the corner of south 12th Avenue and north Chestnut Street. Designed in the Spanish mission style, the layout plan for the church was in the form of a cross with a 125-foot-tower topped by a glazed tile dome and bronze cross. The red tile roof fell in line with the mission-styled architecture and the altar would be under an apse, a dome, with two side altars called transepts.
 
    On Easter Sunday, April 18, 1927, Fr Armstrong said a Solemn Mass in St Paul’s permanent home.  It would be more that twenty-five years before the curch would be fully completed.
 
    On July 18, 1951, Pope Pius XII created the new diocese of Yakima, and named St Paul as the Cathedral Church. The parish was previously part of the Diocese of Seattle. On October 11, 1951, Bishop Joseph Patrick Dougherty was named first bishop of Yakima.
 
    During the April of 1954, the seating capacity of the cathedral was increased from 600 to 800. Four windows, were removed for new confessionals. A terazzo floor was laid  and new oak pews were installed.



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