Caron [cahron] is a typographical term for an accent mark specific to the Czech language. As with language, where an accent changes a letter to acquire new sound, meaning and unique character, we strive in our work to accent each project, large and small. In doing so, we elevate buildings with inspired and unique design solutions.Read More
8 Tower successful passed DRB this past Tuesday, becoming Seattle's slimmest tower yet. The proposed design calls for 42 stories and 312 units, plus 72 below-grade parking spaces.Read More
The towns of the San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, and the Los Angeles basin started to grow rapidly during the latter part of the 19th century and on into the 20th century. Property speculators and homesteaders alike began to build homes to fit the various lifestyles and income levels of the people moving to the region. Unique styles of both attached multi-family homes and detached dwellings were popular at the time. This post describes my documentation of the historic housing still preserved in Pasadena as part of the Caron Travel Scholarship. I will be showing famous examples of houses and some utilitarian houses and how they contrast with how we approach low-rise density today.Read More
Local and state officials will join development partners and the Tacoma community to celebrate the ground breaking of Tacoma Town Center today. This multi-phase mixed-used development is Tacoma’s highest valued private development in its history.Read More
Located across from the Westminster Plaza and near the core of Shoreline Transit stops, Alexan Shoreline will be one of the newest private housing development projects in Shoreline, WA.Read More
Goodbye Seattle, Hello Scandinavia!
This trip has been a long time in the making. It combines my favorite things, good food, great company, and architecture!Read More