- Location: Seattle, Washington, United States
- Year Completed: 2017
- End Use: Multi-Family Residential
- Architect: GGLO Design
- General Contractor: Rafn Company
- Developer: AMLI
- Installer: North Coast Iron
AMLI's newest residential development is the Wallingford, a high-end LEED Silver apartment building bordered by Seattle's popular Fremont and University districts. The 230-loft style residences include studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments with 20 work-live spaces on ground floor.
Designed by GGLO Design, the Wallingford features today’s most desirable design and lifestyle amenities. From three rooftop decks - with sweeping views of the city skyline - to electric car stations, a theater, crafting room and kayak storage, it is exquisitely suited to the Pacific Northwest’s creative, outdoor culture.
And Cambridge Architectural mesh is certainly at home in this eco-friendly and design-savvy city. Seamlessly rising five stories from the lobby level to a glorious rooftop terrace, the open Chaos mesh provides a stunning aesthetic punctuation mark on the exterior of Fremont's newest neighbor.
The Wallingford was designed by frequent AMLI collaborator GGLO Design, a respected Seattle architectural firm. GGLO's team was headed by Will Castillo, Managing Principal & Director of Multi-Family Housing and Chris Dana, lead architect. The Rafn Company served as general contractor and North Coast Iron installed the 640 sq. ft. stainless steel mesh panel in using a custom attachment system.
Photos provided courtesy of Art Salas, Senior Project Engineer, the Rafn Company; Joe Nascimento, Project Manager.