AIA Featured Project: Chophouse Row

“Chophouse Row is the last piece of developer Liz Dunn’s 15-year master plan to encourage small-scale “incremental urbanism” in Seattle’s Pike/Pine neighborhood. It features a mix of new and old: retail, restaurant, offices, and housing, all in the same building as well as the greater block.”

Source: The American Institute of Architects

Image: Lara Swimmer

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Inside Deep Dive’s Innovative, Elaborate Design

“We didn’t want it to devalue the spheres by competing with them,” says Jim Graham, Partner and Co-Founder at Graham Baba Architects. “The spheres are a charged space. They’re light and lifting, while Deep Dive is more introspective and calming.”

Source: Seattle Eater

Image: Suzi Pratt

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Deep Dive Featured in Vogue

“Around the corner and down a few stairs is Deep Dive, a place that Eater dubbed the “most dramatic bar” in Seattle. It’s a fair assessment, given the low lights, high velvet banquettes, and pages of cocktail offerings including the Rich & Famous, which includes white truffle.”

Source: Vogue

Image: Harris Kenjar

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Deep Dive Featured in Seattle Magazine

“Erickson worked with a team of people to bring Deep Dive to life, including Curtis Steiner, the Ballard gallery owner and art curator, who was commissioned to fill the beautiful space designed by Graham Baba Architects. Amazon’s main request for the space was that it be a speakeasy, one that would be open to the public and have its own entrance.”

Source: Seattle Magazine

Image: Alex Crook

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