It was a pleasure to participate in the revitalization of the Pioneer Square neighborhood. 4Culture moved its offices to the historic Tashiro Kaplan building when the 1908 structure was renovated. The project was designed by Suyama Peterson Deguchi Architects, with interior furnishings by Lead Pencil Studio.

The ground floor houses public art, while arts, heritage, and preservation programs have offices upstairs. Gallery 4Culture presents monthly exhibitions featuring the work of artists residing in King County who do not have gallery representation. E4C, 4Culture’s storefront gallery, presents commissioned or existing digital artwork and 4Culture programming on four monitors with exterior speakers.

OwnerCDAArchitectSMR ArchitectsSquare ft.9,660LocationSeattle

Categories Education, Renovation