Workshop AD is a Seattle based architecture practice focused on compelling projects across a range of geographies and scales.
We believe a workshop is not about a single voice, but a collective effort. We also believe in a workshop’s most honorable commitments to material, craft, and exploration. This model guides our practice and inspires us to pursue design critically, insightfully, and imaginatively.
We currently work within wide range of urban and rural conditions, climate, building types and uses found throughout the West and Alaska. Each project is uniquely informed by the needs of our clients, the integration of strong building forms and environment, the considered use of materials and daylight, and the clear expression for the human experience of a place.
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