the center for impact and innovation, masins building | masins properties

the center for impact and innovation, masins building | masins properties

The 40,000 square foot Masins Building was built in 1907 and extensively renovated in 2006 to house the family furniture business. Unfortunately, the ‘great recession’ forced the family to consolidate and close the Pioneer Square location. In 2012 the building was adapted to create the Center for Impact & Innovation. School related functions, with classes scheduled to start, required a fast track design and construction schedule. The...

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the house of [ex]CHANGE | seattle design festival block party 2016

the house of [ex]CHANGE | seattle design festival block party 2016

RAI has assembled a team of dedicated and creative design professionals to volunteer their time and expertise towards the 2016 Seattle Design Festival Block Party, taking place in Occidental Square in Pioneer Square on September 10th and 11th, 2016. Rolluda Architects believes that good design should enhance the environment, the community and ultimately improve people’s lives. RAI has been part of the Pioneer Square community since 1996 and...

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chinese reconciliation park | city of tacoma

chinese reconciliation park  |  city of tacoma

The City of Tacoma’s sister city, Fuzhou, capital city of Fuzhou Province, Republic of China, presented Tacoma with a full size commemorative pavilion (ting) to be constructed as a centerpiece for Tacoma’s Chinese Reconciliation Park, situated along the south shore of Commencement Bay. Accompanied by three Fuzhou artisans and their interpreter, the shipping containers arrived from China at the Port of Tacoma in the spring of 2010. In the...

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filipino village | filipino community of seattle

filipino village | filipino community of seattle

The Filipino Community of Seattle (FCS) hired Rolluda Architects to provide a master plan for the construction of a new mixed-use project in South Seattle, adjacent to the Rainier Valley and Beacon Hill neighborhoods. FCS supports the elders and youth in the surrounding communities and serves neighborhoods as far north as Shoreline and south as Tacoma, as well as community groups including Vietnamese, African American, Samoan, Chinese, Japanese...

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