Seattle Children’s North Clinic    

New Construction

2015 - 2017
Everett, WA
ZGF Architects

A new 36,600sf clinic built to serve North County families of the Puget Sound, saving long commutes to the main Seattle Children’s Hospital campus for a suite of services and specialties for pediatrics, placed on an existing medical campus in collaboration with Providence. Round windows reference the naval history of the city and the Seattle Children’s brand. A skintled brick texture responds to changes in plan to make roof for an acess road, a perforated screen animates the facade with filtered daylight throughout the day and colorful columns lean and support a lively entrance canopy. A long effort with many talented hands and multiple site studies. I was able to be a part of the design process from concepts through construction.

Awarded First Place — Masonry Institute of Washington, 2019 Excellence in Masonry - Medical

Project Booklet (ZGF)     

Collaborators (ZGF):
Craig Rizzo
Victoria Nichols
Dana Forfylow
Mackenzie Elrod
Daniel Brindisi
Frances Villasenor

Keystone Masonry
Aldrich Construction
CPL Structural Engineers

Final Photography by Aaron Leitz

Renderings, Construction Drawings, Construction Photos

Context & Model

Elevation Sketches by Craig Rizzo:

Development sketches, drawings, etc.: