INHABITAT | 02.23.15

Seattle-based Weber Thompson expanded an existing 1916 brick building and transformed it into a mixed-use residential and commercial structure, wrapped around an open courtyard. The architects expanded on an existing 1916 brick building and renovated it by designing a frame which acts as a neutral foil to the historic masonry. The building’s form promotes natural daylighting and passive…  Full Article

What is the value of green design? How do we quantify it? How do we sell it to project owners, operators, investors and tenants?  In today’s Green Building special section of the Daily Journal of Commerce, Weber Thompson Senior Associate Myer…From Our Blog

John's path to architecture differed from many, beginning with his college career in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Washington. While working toward his degree he came… View Profile