Tacoma-based Ferguson Architecture received two honor awards from the American Institute of Architects Southwest Washington for its work on projects in Tacoma and Edmonds.
The awards were presented at a ceremony on Sept. 26th at Hotel Murano that honored designs by firms across Southwest Washington. Featured projects represented the highest standards in design quality and technical and environmental advancement.
The company received a citation award for its design of E9 Brewing Co.’s new brewery and taproom, which opened in downtown Tacoma this May. The firm also took home a merit award for its design of a private residence in Edmonds.
E9 Brewing Co. came to Ferguson Architecture as it was quickly outgrowing its original brewing space. The firm adapted a historic downtown building into a stylish, comfortable space with a taproom that provides views of the brewing process.
Ferguson Architecture’s work on the Edmonds residence consisted of an elaborate redesign that modernized the home’s exterior and created unobstructed views of the Puget Sound. The firm also refreshed the residence’s interior by updating materials, lighting, and enclosing the formal dining room.
Four additional architectural firms and projects received recognition during the Sept. 26th ceremony. Additional awards were presented to projects in Tacoma, Gig Harbor, and South Seattle.
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