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Cascadia Art Installation

Located in concourse C of the Seattle Tacoma International Airport, this installation by Seattle artist Cable Griffith finds inspiration in the colors and forms of the Pacific Northwest, this piece specifically reflecting the green and blue ecology of the region. Lund Opsahl… Read More

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Volunteer Park Amphitheater

Tasked with replacing the existing outdated masonry amphitheater, Owen Richards Architects developed a dramatic new covered performance space that not only expands upon the existing stage and attached restrooms, but provides significant infrastructure upgrades to support a wide variety of performances and… Read More

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Yesler Terrace Park

Lund Opsahl provided structural design services for this new 1.7-acre neighborhood park, part of a redevelopment effort from a low-income housing development to a combination of low-income housing, market rate housing, offices, and community spaces in this urban Seattle neighborhood. Structural elements… Read More

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Hing Hay Park

The expansion of this important urban park/plaza in Seattle’s Chinatown International District is part of a revitalization effort for this well-established community. Double its original size, features include a cultural performance space; custom integrated seating; and activity areas for ping-pong, seating, exercise… Read More

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Acid Ball Installation

In homage to Bellingham’s industrial past, the closed Georgia Pacific pulp mill’s 1920s acid accumulator (Acid Ball) will be transformed into an exquisite art installation. The mill site is being converted into a new city park along the Whatcom Creek Waterway, now… Read More

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San Antonio Zoo Tiny Tot Nature Spot & Africa Live

One of the first of its kind, this Early Childhood Development Center houses animals and elements for children from birth to four years old. The building also accommodates a pump house for the center’s water features. Structural elements include autoclaved aerated concrete… Read More

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Museum of Glass – Fluent Steps Installation

This unique project required close collaboration with the artist and fabricator and adherence to the museum’s requirements for support types and locations. Several hundred pieces of glass were supported on steel pipe columns, ranging in height from a few inches to approximately… Read More