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Clark | Barnes

We create timeless buildings in urban environments. Founded in 1993, W. Scott Clark and Brenda Barnes built CLARK | BARNES as a firm with a quiet confidence, experienced in various building types, innovative site strategies, and integrating new construction with the historic fabric.

We have a passion for designing community-centric and thoughtful places that link the past and future. CLARK | BARNES values developing long-term relationships with our clients, through which we believe the best design solutions are achieved.

Over the past 17 years, our firm has successfully rehabilitated 10 buildings, that represent almost $124 million dollars in total construction project costs including five buildings located within the Pioneer Square-Skid Road National Register Historic District, three buildings located in the Seattle Chinatown Historic District/International District, one building located in the Sand Point/Naval Air Station Seattle historic district, and one building individually listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

CLARK | BARNES has received many notable awards for our Historic projects including:

  • 2017 NAIOP Redevelopment/Renovation of the Year – The Publix
  • 2017 Historic Seattle Best Rehabilitation Award – The Publix
  • 2017 Washington State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) Award for Outstanding Rehabilitation – The Publix
  • 2014 NAIOP Historic Renovation of the Year – Addison on Fourth
  • 2011 NAIOP Hospitality Development of the Year – Alaska Building

Categories: Architects, Interiors - Design

Region: West


W. Scott Clark, Partner

Brenda Barnes, Partner

Adam Alsobrook, Historic Architect


1401 West Garfield Ave
Seattle, WA 98119

(206) 782-8208


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Weinstein A+U Architects + Urban Designers

Weinstein A+U is an mid-sized architecture firm in Seattle, WA, with extensive experience in building types for public sector, private sector, and non-profit clients. Our design expertise includes adaptive re-use, renovations, additions, and historic preservation. As an example, Union Stables is a completed renovation that has preserved a 4-story urban horse stable near Pike Place Market and transformed it for contemporary office use with a seismic retrofit, a restored facade, an added fifth floor, new exit stairs, elevator, restrooms, and new mechanical and electrical systems throughout. We listen carefully to our adaptive re-use clients to understand both the history and the desired future of each project. Our detailed understanding of the local and national landmarks processes helps our clients archive their project goals, from presenting to a local landmarks preservation board to pursing federal tax credits. At Weinstein A+U, we design buildings and public spaces that are appropriate to their circumstances, are inspiring to their users, and that stand the test of time.

Categories: Architects, Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations

Region: West


Ed Weinstein, Principal

EB Meyer, Business Development


2200 Western Avenue, Suite 301
Seattle, WA 98121


SRG Partnership

SRG’s passion is to create great places for people.

Founded in 1972, SRG is a full-service design firm providing award-winning results from offices in Seattle and Portland. We craft idea-driven design that responds to each project’s mission, program, context, schedule and budget. Public projects are the focus of our practice and comprise the majority of our work. They offer the challenges on which we thrive: compressed budgets and schedules, demanding technical requirements and the opportunity to inspire the public’s imagination. We believe that great civic places are rooted in a deep understanding of their history and context, combined with a vision for how they will evolve in the future. We seek these important insights by listening carefully to our clients, the living stewards of our public institutions.

Categories: Architects, Interiors - Design, Urban Planning & Design

Region: West


Duncan Thieme, AIA, Principal

Barney Mansavage, AIA



110 Union St., Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98101

621 SW Morrison St., Suite 200
Portland, OR 97205


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Richaven Architecture & Sustainable Preservation

Richaven Architecture and Sustainable Preservation is a full-service architecture, historic preservation and planning practice, specializing in technical preservation issues, contract documents, and project management, founded by Principle Brian Rich, AIA, LEED BD+C, CCCA, PMP. Brian has over 24 years’ experience with both theoretical and practical expertise in preservation, including both professional work and volunteer work on state and local level organizations and landmark commissions, with deep roots in the South Puget Sound area.

Brian is committed to professional community involvement, as the President for the Northwest Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology International and serves on the Washington State Heritage Barn Advisory Committee. He is also the past Chair of the King County Landmarks Commission and past Chair of the KCLC’s Design Review Committee, served on the Board of Trustees for the Olympic Manor Community and 4 Culture’s Historic Preservation Advisory Committee. In addition, Brian teaches the Technical Issues in Historic Preservation class at the UW.

Richaven approaches historic buildings with the goal of future-proofing them against natural and man-made hazards. Through his research at the UW, Brian has defined future-proofing as “the process of anticipating the future and developing methods of minimizing the negative effects while taking advantage of the positive effects of shocks and stresses due to future events” (Journal of Preservation Education and Research, November 2014). More information on Brian’s Principles of Future-Proofing is available at principlesoffutureproofing.com..

When you don’t know why your brick is spalling, paint failing, or what to do with your older building, give Brian a call. More info is available at richaven.com or Brian’s profile on Linkedln.

Categories: Architects, Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations

Region: West


Brian D. Rich, AIA, LEED BD+C, CCCA, PMP, Principal


9000 23rd Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117


Johnson Partnership, The

Established in 1979, The Johnson Partnership is located in the Roosevelt Neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. We are licensed to practice architecture in Washington, Oregon, and Hawaii and have designed projects in a wide range of locations in these states. In addition to our architectural services we provide environmental planning and historic resources consulting.

The Johnson Partnership was founded by Northwest native Larry E. Johnson, AIA, with the idea of serving residential clients who were interested in timeless residential design that would add value to their lives, while emphasizing quality over size, and comfort and warmth over pretension.

Larry’s interest and expertise in history, as well as traditional building forms and techniques, also brings greater depth to the firm, allowing the firm to assist with appropriate stewardship of older homes, ranging from Craftsman bungalows to Tudor mansions. We are, however, equally comfortable with new construction, state-of-the art technology, and contemporary design.

Historic Resources consulting is one of our specialty services. We have extensive experience with historic resources, both in support of our architecture and environmental planning services, and for specific consulting needs. We have working knowledge of the Secretary of the lnterior6s3tandards and National Trust preservation protocols. We have coordinated with public port districts, maritime organizations, and federal, state and local governments and agencies. Our Historic Resources services include local landmark and national historic register nominations, historic resource surveys and structures reports, and architectural preservation services.

Categories: Architects, Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations

Region: West


Larry E. Johnson, AIA, LEED AP, Principal

Howard L. Miller, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Senior Associate

Ellen F.C. Mirro, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Project Architect


1212 NE 65th Street
Seattle, WA 98115


Hennebery Eddy Architects

Hennebery Eddy Architects is a full-service architecture and interior design firm in Portland, Ore. Our specialized Historic Resources Group has rich experience working with historic resources throughout the Northwest. Hennebery Eddy was founded in 1992 and has grown to a staff of 50.

Our goal is to address the unique needs of historic buildings by providing all-inclusive historical architecture services, from researching history and significance to breathing new and sustainable life into valuable places. We recognize that change is inevitable for buildings and sites and seek to plan for and incorporate change in a manner that retains and supports historic integrity. For us, the success of our historic preservation projects is measured by the degree of historic character retained coupled with the ability for the resource to endure into the future.

Hennebery Eddy considers historic preservation to be fundamental to sustainable design, as both concepts are based on the conservation of our natural and cultural resources. We also consider stewardship of historic resources to be key to the ultimate sustainability of a property and provide our clients with additional support in the form of preservation planning and maintenance guide documents.

Hennebery Eddy’s Historic Resources Group collectively have participated in all phases of preservation projects—including preliminary planning and feasibility, land use and design review guidance, research, documentation and assessment, paint color analysis, treatment recommendations, design and construction, and Investment Tax Credit applications. In addition to our preservation and conservation services, we are also able to draw upon the expertise of our larger firm, including comprehensive architectural services, sustainable design, interior design and design-build services.

Categories: Architects, Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations


David Wark, AIA, Principal

Andrew Smith, AIA, Associate Principal

Debbie Rogers, Principal & Marketing Director


921 SW Washington St.
Suite 250
Portland, OR 97205


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BOLA Architecture + Planning

BOLA believes in creativity, collaboration, and conservation. We hold that the past and the future are not incompatible. Rather, they mutually reinforce the present.

We work best in strong partnerships with clients, owners, occupants, and builders, finding that collaboration leads to richer, more responsive project results. Our firm, led by architects Susan Boyle and Rhoda Lawrence, offers a range of preservation planning and design services: landmark nominations; SEPA and Section 106; historic surveys; condition assessments and feasibility studies; complex adaptive use rehabilitations and restorations; and assistance with financial incentives and funding for historic preservation, including federal tax credit projects.

BOLA’s past work has received awards from the AIA, the Washington and National Trusts for Historic Preservation, and the State of Washington. The satisfaction and appreciation of our clients and building occupants speak directly about our success.

Categories: Architects, Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations


Susan Boyle, AIA, Principal

Rhoda Lawrence, AIA, Principal


159 Western Avenue W
Suite 486
Seattle, WA 98119


Bassetti Architects

Founded in 1947, Bassetti Architects is a full-service architectural, planning, and interior design rm with offices in Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon. We work primarily on academic, civic, and cultural institutions for public and non-pro t clients. Our goal is to articulate our clients visions into projects of superior design and enduring quality. While our approach to problem solving and design is consistent, our end results are unique to client and community goals. Our architectural services o er honest, inspiring, and long-lasting solutions that are responsive to client needs and site context.

Bassetti is a leader in historic preservation and adaptive reuse. Our commitment to documenting and revitalizing landmark and historic structures is embedded broadly within our rm. We have served on several Landmark boards including King County, Seattle, and Pioneer Square. We are passionate about ensuring that historic buildings are restored appropriately and their lives extended to provide ongoing value. We o er unparalleled experience revitalizing historic schools, restoring the historic structure while meeting 21st century learning needs. Our experience includes: historic building assessment and documentation; strategizing with owners on design and planning for landmark facilities; exploring design options within an historic context; preservation techniques and materials; integrating code compliant structural, mechanical, and electrical systems into historic structures; integrating sustainable systems without disturbing historic fabric; and obtaining approval from Landmark Review agencies.

Categories: Architects, Interiors - Design, Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations


Lorne McConachie, Principal

Caroline Lemay, Principal

Dan Miles, Principal


71 Columbia St
Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98104

133 SW 2nd Ave
Suite 306
Portland, OR 97204


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Architectural Resources Group

Founded in 1980, Architectural Resources Group (ARG) is a 50-person, full-service architectural practice with a focus on historic preservation. Our integrated services include architecture, historic architecture, sustainable design, conservation, planning, historical research and materials conservation. ARG’s staff includes architects, designers, planners, historians, and materials conservators who work closely together across offices in California and the Pacific Northwest.

Our portfolio includes award-winning innovative solutions for the adaptive reuse, interior upgrades, seismic strengthening, stabilization, materials conservation, documentation, and restoration of historic properties, as well as the design of new structures in sensitive environments. ARG Portland has worked on many of the most iconic historic sites in Oregon and Washington, including the Washington State Capitol Campus, the Oregon State Capitol, Portland Union Station, Maryhill Museum of Art, Pittock Mansion, Portland City Hall, the Oregon Caves Chateau, Fort Vancouver, and Oregon State Hospital. The office includes multiple experts in historic architecture, conservation and preservation planning, and is led by principals Maya Foty, AIA, LEED AP, and Matthew Davis, AICP.

Categories: Architects, Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations


Matthew M. Davis, AICP, Principal, Preservation Planner

Maya M. Foty, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Architect


720 SW Washington Street
Suite 300
Portland, OR 97202


SHKS Architects

SHKS Architects works with clients who value environmental and cultural stewardship. We transform buildings and landscapes for contemporary use, conserving resources and strengthening communities. Awards include an AIA Civic Design Award and an Historic Seattle Award for the Magnolia Library Addition and Renovation and a King County Spellman Award and an Historic Seattle Award for the Lake Wilderness Lodge Renovation.

Categories: Architects


David Strauss, Principal

Kevin Kane, Principal

Jonathan Hartung, Principal


1050 North 38th Street
Seattle, WA 98103


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ABC Sun Control, Inc.

ABC Sun Control, Inc. is an authorized 3M Prestige Window Film dealer in the Puget Sound since 1976. We are involved in multiple local historical projects in an effort to provide a sustainable window energy upgrade option that is a practical alternative to replacing existing glass.

3M Thinsulate Climate Control Window Film is the perfect fit for energy upgrades to historic, single-pane glass without requiring total glass replacement. Historic buildings can be enhanced by the addition of 3M Thinsulate Window Film that will improve the insulation value of a typical single pane window to match that of double-pane performance.

Our products have a neutral appearance that will not change the look of your beautiful local historic architecture. 3M Thinsulate Window Film will enhance the sustainability and comfort of your windows while providing facade protection and remaining virtually invisible. We work with local architects, interior designers, and building consultants and would love to assist you with your project.

3M Thinsulate Commercial Brochure

Categories: Architects, Interiors - Design, Preservation Consultants – Research, Documentation, Survey, & Nominations, Windows – Glazing & Repair


Scott Steckler, President

Sheila Yost, Office Administrator


1114 E Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98122

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