Daniel's Broiler to open in downtown Seattle

“Graham Baba Architects is the interior architect and interior designer for the restaurant, which will seat roughly 400 people, with a main dining area, private dining, the main bar and a prime bar.”

Source: Daily Journal of Commerce

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Kenmore Hangar Wins AIA Washington Council Civic Design Honor Award

“The Hangar and Town Green provide a year-round focal point and a symbolic living room for the city. Located in the heart of downtown, the complex galvanizes the civic heart of Kenmore and touches upon the primal notions of gathering, creating a venue for passive and active recreation while ensuring a home for nature in the rapidly growing community.”

Source: AIA Washington Council

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Renee Erickson Just Opened the Most Dramatic Bar in Seattle

“Renowned chef Renee Erickson’s new bar, Deep Dive, is Seattle’s most dramatic. Located at the base of the Amazon Spheres in Denny Triangle, the Graham Baba Architects-designed bar has a moody atmosphere in stark contrast to the bright, naturally lit greenhouses above, and to the rest of Erickson’s airy portfolio.”

Source: Seattle Eater

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Renee Erickson’s Stunning Bar Surfaces in the Amazon Spheres

“Deep Dive is a Denny Triangle bar with a stunning underwater-speakeasy vibe, designed by Graham Baba Architects and Curtis Steiner, and its opulent decor — all navy velvet seating, low lighting, and shiny curios backlit behind glass — is fitting for its location inside the exclusive Amazon Spheres.”

Source: Seattle Eater

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The Hangar at Kenmore Town Square on ArchDaily

“The 4,600-square-foot Hangar and 24,000-square-foot Town Square provide a year-round focal point and a symbolic living room for the city. Located in the heart of downtown, the complex touches upon the primal notions of gathering, creating a venue for passive and active recreation while ensuring a home for nature in the rapidly growing community. The Hangar, conceived as a pavilion, is designed to morph depending upon weather or functional requirements.”

Source: Arch Daily

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Graham Baba designed Sawyer opens in Ballard

“The name Sawyer draws on the building’s history as a sawmill in the 1920s and Ballard’s roots as a prominent hub of the early lumber industry. Guests will enjoy a casual yet chic, industrial modern vibe designed and crafted by award-winning architects Graham Baba and general contractor Dovetail.”

Source: Seattleite

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Port of Vancouver shares concepts for Waterfront project

“Graham Baba Architects of Seattle is the main architect for the public marketplace. The company has received several awards for its design of the Washington Fruit & Produce Co. in Yakima, and has worked on a host of other public projects.”

Source: Vancouver Business Journal

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Graham Baba designed PCC location opens its doors in Burien

“The new location, like all of PCC’s recent and upcoming locations, was designed by local firm Graham Baba Architects. The facility is going for LEED v4—a green building certification—with systems to reduce lighting and water consumption.”

Source: Curbed Seattle

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Brett Baba set to give talk in Oslo, Norway

“…This year’s Trekonstruksjonsdagen will take place May 31st at the freshly renovated Christiania Teater in the heart of Oslo. As an arena for getting the latest updates on what is happening in the world of timber architecture, this year’s conference includes a strong representation of internationally recognized architects, engineers and producers…Among others, Brett Baba, from Graham Baba Architects, USA will present their project for the Washington Fruit & Produce Company.” 

Source: Nito

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AIA Redwood Empire NXNC Lecture Series with Graham Baba Architects

“The AIA Redwood Empire NXNC Lecture Series continued on May 3 with "Graham Baba Architects," a talk examining the work of the firm. Jim Graham and Brett Baba, co-founders of Graham Baba Architects, presented the work of the firm, which spans from residences to commercial buildings to community-focused projects.”

Source: Architect Newspaper

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Graham Baba wins 2018 Wood Design Award

"The design was inspired by the heavy timber and diagonal bracing of an abandoned barn nearby. The structure has exposed timber framing, with glulam columns that are pitched and rotated a quarter turn."

Source: Daily Journal of Commerce

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Hospitality Design Write Up on Chophouse Row in Seattle

"Jim Graham of Graham Baba Architects looked to Rome’s architecture for inspiration. “We [wanted] that same spirit, where layers of history are evident, but new work and new ways of living are clearly very modern,” he says."

Source: Hospitality Design

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