Celebrating the best of Pacific Northwest Architecture, GRAY Media announces finalists of the inaugural GRAY Awards
By Mackenzie Goldberg|
Thursday, Oct 19, 2017
The Pacific Northwest has undergone rapid growth over the past decade as newcomers flock, drawn to its booming tech economy, casual atmosphere, and great views. Home to cities like Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver, the region has become a hotbed for development with an emerging design culture favoring sustainable, low-impact, pedestrian-friendly designs.
Wishing to celebrate the emerging culture of the region, GRAY Media—the Pacific Northwest’s leading design publication—has launched a new design competition to honor the most innovative projects exclusively from Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. The winners of the GRAY Awards, as it is to be called, will be selected by a panel of international design stars such as Philippe Starck, James Corner, Karim Rashid, and Deborah Berke among others. The winning projects will be honored on November 29, 2017, but until then, take a look at some of the recently announced finalists!
↑ Finalist in "Architecture: Commercial": Lakeside at Black Butte Ranch, Hacker Architects, Portland, OR.
↑ Finalist in "Architecture: Commercial": L’Angolo Estate, LEVER Architecture, Portland, OR.
↑ Finalist in "Architecture: Commercial": Media Headquarters, Olson Kundig Architects, Seattle, WA.
↑ Finalist in "Architecture: Residential": Collector's Retreat, Heliotrope Architects, Seattle, WA.
↑ Finalist in "Architecture: Residential": SUTEKI, Suteki America with Westlake Development Group and Kengo Kuma and Associates, Clackamas, OR.
↑ Finalist in "Landscape Architecture": Juxtaposition, Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture, Vancouver, BC.
↑ Finalist in "Landscape Architecture": Pike Place Market, MarketFront Expansion, Berger Partnership, Seattle, WA.
↑ Finalist in "Wild Card": Contours, Acrylicize, Seattle, WA.
↑ Finalist in "Design for Good": Treeline Village, SRG Partnership, Inc., Seattle, WA; Portland, OR.
↑ Finalist in "Design for Good": Architecture Building Culture, Portland, OR.
Juan Lagarrigue · Oct 20, 17 3:14 PM
I drive by that first house everyday
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