Friday, April 16, 2010

Hotel Project Leads

Seattle A/E firms still moving and shaking

Two regional projects by local architects got ink today:
  • GreenMuze has an article on Vancouver’s Convention Centre (note the spelling if you don’t already know which Vancouver I’m talking about), designed by Seattle’s LMN Architects. The design includes Canada’s largest green roof and a water treatment system that includes blackwater treatment and a seawater heat pump systemthat provides heating and cooling.
  • The Idaho Mountain Express has a story on community support for Callison’s proposed design for Bald Mountain Lodge in Ketchum. Apparently, the Sun Valley community actually liking a proposed luxury hotel project is pretty rare. The 85-unit, five-story hotel is for Rock Resorts, a subsidiary of Vail Resorts.
Hotel Project LeadsI also got a press release today from local architect HyBrid. They’re having a project release party Friday at their newest project, Remington Court.

The four-townhouse infill project has a gas-fired instantaneous hydronic system, providing both hot water and floor coil heating. They are designed for stack and cross ventilation.

The party is open to the A and E community (and friends) and runs from 5 p.m. to midnight at 1320 E. Remington Court (one block south of 14th and Jefferson). Local art will be on display and food and drinks are promised.

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