COOP15 Seattle Architects, Washington

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COOP15 Architecture Practice

Washington Architects Firm, USA – Seattle Architecture Practice, WA

post updated Apr 26, 2021 ; Nov 7, 2017

COOP15 – Major Project

First & McGraw, Seattle, Washington, USA
First & McGraw Washington by COOP15 Seattle Architects
photo © Lara Swimmer
First & McGraw

A small corner lot in a dense urban neighborhood was occupied by an old bakery (constructed in 1908) and house (1910) which pre-dated current zoning laws. The house was demolished and replaced with new construction. If demolished, the commercial building could not be replaced, so it was completely rebuilt—one wall at a time.

First & McGraw by COOP15 Architects Seattle

The rectangular form of the house is broken down into a series of shifting walls and volumes, with exterior surfaces of whitewashed brick and cement stuccco changing at the volume breaks. Inside, there are subtle shifts in ceiling and floor planes, also accented by changing materials.

COOP15 – Key Projects

Mercer Island House, King County, Seattle, Washington, USA
Mercer Island House by COOP15 Architects
photo © Jamie Cobeldick
Mercer Island House

East of Market House, Seattle, Washington, USA
East of Market House design by COOP15 Architects
photo © Lara Swimmer
East of Market House

Enatai House, Seattle, Washington, USA
Enatai House Bellevue design by COOP15
photo © Gregg Krogstad
Enatai House

House in the Trees, west Washington, USA
COOP15 Architects
House in the Trees
photo © Lara Swimmer
House in the Trees

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Location: 2214 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

Washington Architects Practice Information

COOP15 – architects office based in Seattle, Washington, USA.

The practice was founded in 1992 as Lane Williams Architects.

It became Coop 15 in 2005.

The name comes from the former studio address at 15 McGraw Street in Seattle.

Principal architect: Lane Williams, AIA

This Seattle architects studio is known for its renovation of mid-century modern american homes.

According to this architecture firm, Lane Williams, AIA, has designed over 100 houses and received 20 awards for home design, including three AIA/Seattle Times Home of the Year awards plus nine additional nominations. His works have been featured in countless national and regional publications and highlighted in national and international design blogs and websites.

Our remodel experience includes renovation of mid-century modern homes by renowned Northwest architects Al Bumgardner, Paul Hayden Kirk, Ibsen Nelson, and Roland Terry. Our work has taken us to Oregon, California, Michigan and Connecticut.

Seattle Architects Offices

Washington Homes

Washington Houses – Selection

L2Q House
Design: Peter Cohan, Architect
L2Q House Seattle
image : Thomas M. Barwick Photography
L2Q House Seattle

Cedar Park House, Seattle
Design: Peter Cohan, Architect
Cedar Park House Seattle
picture : Lara Swimmer Photography
Cedar Park House Seattle

American Houses

Washington Buildings

Seattle Buildings – Selection

Seattle Public Library
Design: Rem Koolhaas Architect / OMA
Seattle Public Library
photo : Philippe Ruault
Seattle Library Building

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