24. May 2013 12:51
Our Design Team recently discussed the design of the Snowy Owl Theater on King FM Radio.
King FM Radio Broadcast
21. May 2013 12:30
The NOBA Apartments, designed by Studio Meng Strazzara have recently completed construction. Located in the Crown Hill neighborhood of Seattle, these new apartmenst are designed as "workforce housing" (110-120% median income level housing), with the goal of providing contemporary and attractive housing that enriches the community and promotes smart growth of an urban village. The four-story building includes 48 units with 3 levels of "efficiency units" (open one bedrooms and one bedrooms), 3 live-work units, resident leasing space and a parking garage. Tenant amenities include modern, high-quality finishes, large glass slider windows, fitness and media rooms, bike storage and a Sky Deck with a rooftop garden and views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. The project is located within easy walking distance to public transit, with street-level schemes attractive to pedestrians while also designed to separate public from private spaces.
1. May 2013 13:41
Check out the below video detailing the design of the Snowy Owl Theater.
22. March 2013 11:58
Grand Opening Events at the Snowy Owl Theater are featured in Today's DJC. http://www.djc.com/news/ae/12051204.html.
And this week's project of the week in the DJC is the Collage Apartments in Fremont. http://www.djc.com/news/co/12050937.html
21. February 2013 08:31
The Snowy Owl Theater in Leaveworth, Washington, designed by Studio Meng Strazzara, is nearing completion. The 240-seat theatre is designed to be used as a performing arts space, educational center, and for a variety of community and special events. Grand Opening events are expected to begin this March.
21. February 2013 08:20
Studio Meng Strazzara recently completed design and construction of the Collage Apartments in the Fremont Neighborhood. Owned by Goodman Real Estate, this four-story apartment building includes open one-bedroom units, traditional one-bedrooms and studios, averaging 550 to 600 square feet. Tenant amenities include a roof-top deck with a green roof and entertainment area, an onsite leasing office and 35 at-grade parking stalls. The complex will be adjacent to bus lines and flanked on either side by commercial space along Woodland Park Ave.
The building is designed as “workforce housing” (110-120% median income level housing) with the goal of providing contemporary and attractive housing that enriches the community and promotes smart growth of an urban village.
19. October 2012 13:07
A grand opening ceremony was held, Friday, October 12th for a new $21 million dollar residence hall at the Central Washington University Campus in Ellensburg, Washington. Designed by Studio Meng Strazzara in collaboration with Niles Bolton Associates, the new residence hall, named “Barto Hall” is designed to promote social interaction and a sense of community for entering freshman.
As freshmen housing, the new residence hall plays a central role during an important, memorable time for new college students. Studio Meng Strazzara and Niles Bolton Associates provide a new residence hall design that supports a successful transition for young students into the first year of student life at CWU.
The 364-bed residence hall design encourages the development of a small-scale residential community with a layout that promotes social interaction and gathering. A large multi-purpose suite is accessible to all campus residents, while a prominent front lawn “Barto Beach” provides opportunities for outdoor recreation and respite. WiFi access is available in all areas of the building. LEED for Homes Platinum Certification is pending.