Cut To Size. LMN Architects Completes a Glass-wrapped Mass Timber Office Building on Lake Washington


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Lakeview Office Building

“Realized on a prominent triangular site along the Lake Washington shoreline opposite the marina-anchored Carillon Point development, the glass curtain wall-wrapped two-story structure is the first large-scale mass timber office to be constructed in both Kirkland and within the entirety of Seattle’s sprawling Eastside (east-of-Lake Washington) suburbs, including cities such as Bellevue, Redmond, Issaquah, and Mercer Island. As reported by the Daily Journal of Commerce in 2019, the low-slung timber office complex at 5501 Lakeview Drive is also LMN’s first mass timber building in the office category, although the firm has designed a range of timber-centric educational and civic commissions in and around Seattle including the new Mukilteo Ferry Terminal.”
— Matt Hickman

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