Monthly Archives: March 2012

The evolving open office

The New York Times has an interesting article on the new office environment. It has less space per worker, no private offices, and more daylight and gathering spaces. The story looks at Seattle office spaces, including those of the Bill … Continue reading

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Should Amazon.com build taller in Seattle?

Do we want the Amazon buildings to look like the Russell Investments Center, the widest building on the Seattle skyline? Here is the Russell building times three. Photo montage by Scott Surdyke.   Scott Surdyke,  SeattleScape’s newest blogger, has some … Continue reading

Posted in Architecture, Engineering, Government, Neighborhoods, Parks and open space, Planning, Politics | 5 Comments