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Interior Design


Tell me a story. From the time we are little kids, we beg our parents, teachers, friends to tell us a story – it’s how we share the past, create the future, and celebrate the present. For us, interior design is all about telling a story – through space, light, color, and mood, from the curve of a chair leg to the typeface on a menu. Each piece fits together to weave an experience that challenges, inspires, comforts, or delights, and ultimately invites people back for more.

RESIDENTIAL HOSPITALITY COMMERCIAL RETAIL RESTAURANT DESIGN TEST FITS RETAIL DESIGN SPACE PLANNING UNIT PLANNING ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHICS PROJECT BRANDING SALES/LEA SE CENTERS MODEL HOMES FURNISHINGS, FIXTURES & EQUIPMENT

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Meet the team Bernadette Rubio NCIDQ, LEED® AP is Weber Thompson’s Interior Design Principal. She has more than twenty years of experience in hospitality, restaurant, tenant improvement, and retail/mixed-use project types, both domestically and overseas. Bernadette has a passion for fashion and works her love of color, texture, and line into all her inspired interiors. Rachael Bauer NCIDQ, LEED® AP Since joining Weber Thompson in 2011, Senior Associate Rachael Bauer has honed not only her design talents but her technical know-how. Her knowledge of standards, accessibility and detailing has made her a technical resource for the office. Double-majoring during university in both Interior Design and Spanish, she developed a love for travel to Spanish speaking countries. Joanna Luddy NCIDQ, LEED® Green Associate is an Associate at Weber Thompson and a passionate advocate for healthy materials. Her diverse background in high-end residential work, hospitality interior design and landscape architecture have strongly influenced her design ethos. On top of it all, Joanna has a consistently upbeat vibe that helps her effortlessly connect with coworkers, vendors and clients. Monica Knapp arrived at Weber Thompson in 2007, from a background in both Museum Collections / Art Handling and Marketing. In 2011, she joined the Interior Design team and has worked since on a multitude of diverse projects, with a focus on unit interior design.

Fanny Idoux has experience working in hospitality-focused architectural and interior design firms. She has contributed to the development of complex hospitality and multi-family projects throughout each phase of design, from concept to construction administration and project management.

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Lissa Goetz RA joined Weber Thompson’s Interior Design team with a background in architecture — and more specifically an expertise in ADA and accessibility guidelines. Her architectural background, hand-sketched unit layouts, and passion for colors and materials allow her to bring an exciting mix of technical knowledge and creativity to the team. Jill Myers NCIDQ brings enthusiasm for design and a wide range of experience to Weber Thompson. Her work has included a variety of luxury hotels and casinos around the globe, as well as unique amenity and living spaces in multifamily developments. In addition to her keen eye for design, she employs her strong project management skills on every project she works on. Carrie Hinshaw NCIDQ joined the Weber Thompson Interior Design team with years of versatile experience. After owning her own business, her strong-willed entrepreneurial spirit led her to a career where she can utilize her technical and creative skillsets in a collaborative environment. With a focus on multifamily projects, Carrie brings a positive attitude and passion for sustainable practices to the team. Sabina Fiore has over a decade of experience working on residential projects that range from single-family homes to high-rise multifamily units. Her versatile background in both architecture and interior design gives her a unique perspective on how people use the space around them. No design challenge is too big for Sabina. She views each constraint as an opportunity to dream up innovative solutions.

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Helios


High-Rise Live life in the clouds. Comfortable, beautiful and highly functional spaces are created by keeping the future resident front of mind, and understanding how they live their life – Do they work near by? Enjoy entertaining? Seek a modern way of living? Solid marketing research and a grounding in spatial relationships, while not always exciting, represent the depth of thought that goes into making a high-rise unit home, and a highly-polished amenity space an inviting extension of a community. Interiors can both foster interaction and bring people together, and also create quiet oasis of solidarity for the variety of life-styles that live within. Weber Thompson’s Interior Design Studio has a long history of creating luxurious spaces people want to come home to – whether our architects designed the building or not.

Welcome home.

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Lobby Lounge


Helios S E AT T L E , WA

Helios is all about downtown Seattle living without sacrifice. Stepping inside, Helios feels more like entering a luxury hotel than an apartment building. Dramatic angles abound, taking cues from the façade’s precast concrete panels. No detail has gone unnoticed: unit signage is fabricated of blackened steel, the reception desk is backlit onyx – even the corridors come alive with curated lighting levels and artwork celebrating the tower’s iconic Seattle locale. Building amenities include a fitness and yoga center, theater, dog walk/lounge, and a luxurious hospitality-inspired lobby with retail. Open seating and matte black and copper fixtures in this space add a dramatic yet playful element when juxtaposed against raw concrete columns. The mixed-use lobby is outward facing the transparency of this space activates the exterior streetscape as well.

Ultra-modern 300,000 sf tower in prime downtown Seattle location 398 apartment units Seeking LEED Silver Certification SERVICES

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Stratus S E AT T L E , WA

In South Lake Union, Seattle’s three city grids converge to create a dynamic sub-neighborhood: Denny Triangle. This pocket is home to organic grocers, bars, swanky restaurants, office towers, and urban remnants of the former industrial history of the area. The idea of a prism, which refracts and separates light, takes the concept one step further. The team has woven these concepts into the cohesive backbone threaded through this project’s interior spaces. The two-story lobby features a monumental metal and limestone fireplace, a curving stair to the leasing office and lounge, and a custom sculptural light fixture, creating a focal point from inside and out. The incredible amenity package fills two floors and includes everything from a fitness center to an outdoor soaking pool. The elegantly neutral color palette includes champagne metal, crema limestone and rift-cut wood, with enlivening bursts of color and pattern on floors, walls, ceilings, and furniture to entice a fashionforward, design-savvy target market.

396 Residential units Upscale, high-end residential building with a hotel-like edge Unprecedented amenity package fills two entire floors SERVICES

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Cirrus S E AT T L E , WA

Connecting residents to Downtown Seattle’s retail offerings and culture and South Lake Union’s recreation and innovation is a primary focus of Cirrus. The interior spaces are designed with the South Lake Union professional crowd in mind, offering luxe materials in a neutral palette with splashes of color. A culturally diverse renter in the prime of their careers, residents of Cirrus enjoy cooking, entertaining and socializing; they’ve got an eye for refined urban style. Throughout, high-touch materials calm and soothe the senses at the end of a long day at the office or a night on the town. The timeless common spaces and unit finishes make Cirrus an urban home, not a generic rental.

440 ft residential tower with 38 stories 355 units with an average of 1058 sf per unit 476,000 gsf and 3,714 sf retail space Certified LEED Silver New Construction SERVICES

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LUMA Condominiums S E AT T L E , WA

LUMA’s clean, modern design works hard to be a good neighbor. Situated just blocks from a brand new streetcar line, it is within walking distance of the heart of downtown and Capitol Hill, has easy access to I-5 and is surrounded by world-class healthcare facilities. Designed to appeal to the stylish, upscale tastes of the high-end condominium market, LUMA is filled with quality details, mature materials and a bit of drama around each corner. Unexpectedly bold black and white photography is juxtaposed with marble floors in formal patterns. Highly polished light fixtures float in amenity spaces to create pools of light, and slender reveals in ceilings and walls create visual interest while defining spatial transitions.

24-story condominium tower 168 units ranging in size from 600 to 1,700 sf Completed in November 2016 SERVICES

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Amenity areas are plentiful and include a library, private dining room, outdoor terrace, clubroom with kitchen and fireplace, and fitness center.

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Pike Motorworks Club Room Kitchen


Mid-Rise The community sees the outside of a building. Life at home is lived on the inside. The mid-rise multifamily projects we design have a context – they exist within a community and among buildings that establish design constraints and opportunities. What we design are very much neighborhood buildings. Weber Thompson’s Interior Design team pays special attention to this and excels at designing an interior experience that speaks to residents through design elements such as locally reclaimed materials, art from local artists and splashes of color and texture that are rooted in the history of place. We work closely with the brand and leasing teams to develop a cohesive design story that’s threaded through every detail – from the exterior signage to the furniture in the lounge to the finishes in the units. This continuity is what ties a residential community together and ultimately attracts tenants to sign on the dotted line. A long track record of success has given us knowledge of the complexities and challenges of designing the interiors of mid-rise buildings in urban settings. Having worked with a diverse mix of midrise clients, we have gained substantial technical expertise in this arena. We know what it really takes to create a market responsive, made-tolast, highly functional building that meets the highest level of standards.

Let us help you create a community worth coming home to.

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Sunset Electric S E AT T L E , WA

Sunset Electric is a 21st century courtyard building. Expanding on an existing 1926 brick building, this project is a mixed-use residential and commercial structure, wrapped around an open courtyard. The design preserves the original building’s entire masonry façade, paired with a quieter, non-competing frame. Taking cues from the past, the building’s form promotes natural daylighting and passive cooling by organizing a single loaded structure around an open-air courtyard that connects to the pedestrian street. Before its revitalization, Sunset Electric stood as a marker of Capitol Hill’s changing culture; starting as part of Capitol Hill’s auto shop row, then later shrouded in generations of rock posters and guerilla art. Echoing its history, the lobby features concrete floors, glass walls and heavy metal work reminiscent of a mechanic’s lair. A commissioned piece by Claudius Phaedrus covers a wall, made by layered newspaper much like the building’s former poster art. The artist was inspired by the forest like feeling of the open air courtyard, and created a mural to reflect the feeling of trees, distortion, animals and the “urban jungle.”

92 units with a mix of studio, onetwo-bedrooms, and live-work 650 sf average unit size LEED Platinum certified for Homes Participating in the City of Seattle’s Priority Green Pilot Program SERVICES

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2014 NAIOP Night of the Stars Multifamily Development of the Year, Midrise LEED Platinum Certification for Homes PRESS

Sunset Electric: Architects transform 100-year-old building into LEED Platinum-certified structure Inhabitat, 2015

A monochromatic palette is seen throughout the building with jolts of electric yellow in the lightning bolt mosaic at the back of the lobby, and marking unit doors. The courtyard and roof deck are populated with furniture featuring low, clean lines in an array of grays with pops of yellow. Wood details strew the building – bedroom barn doors, kitchen shelves, coat hooks and mailroom details – all made locally by Montana Originals from reclaimed wood from the original building. Units are cleanly designed to take maximum advantage of the oversized windows and through unit ventilations, as many of the units have windows on both the outside of the building and on the courtyard. A light colored palette, simple detailing and flexible spaces allow the tenant to furnish the spaces to meet their needs.

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Amenity Lounge


Gunbarrel Center Apartments B O U L D E R , CO

With fabulous weather and a plethora of outdoor recreation opportunities, Boulder is naturally home to many athletes and outdoor enthusiasts. At the same time, it is a land of fantastic food, delicious craft beers, concert series, festivals, and arts events. This duality is embraced at Gunbarrel Center. Timeless details are both rustic and modern, warm and inviting. Amenity and common areas at Gunbarrel Center include a large lobby and leasing office, lounge, theater and billiards room, a shared kitchen, and retail spaces. Materials throughout these areas include raw wood, blackened steel, and unique details and fixtures. Large chandeliers hang in the lobby central focal points. At the stairs, an art screen provides visual interest and separates public from private.

Mixed-use development containing 251 units, amenity spaces, and retail SERVICES

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Pub & Gaming Area

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Lobby Wall Detail


Radius SLU Apartments S E AT T L E , WA

Seven story apartment building with 282 units

It doesn’t get more central than South Lake Union, the booming tech and business hub of Seattle. The convergence of the bustling city with the sparkling waters of Lake Union was the primary design focus for the project, both interior and exterior, and inspired the building’s name: Radius SLU.

Units include a mix of studio, urban one bedroom, one and two bedrooms

Terrazzo laid in an arrangement of segmented rings fills the entire floor of level one, from the lobby to lounge and theater room, creating continuity between spaces. A curved concierge desk greets residents and visitors and subtly guides them through the space. Materials mimic waves rippling along the water’s surface, create bold strips of light, and enhance bold graphics to create a play of light and texture, enhancing the neighborhood’s growing urban environment but through a natural filter. Amenities include a pub room, gaming room, media lounge, and business office with conferencing facilities

Certified LEED Gold for Homes The roof level includes two outdoor terraces, show kitchen and lounge, library lounge, and fitness center SERVICES

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Pike Motorworks North S E AT T L E , WA

Pike Motorworks offers a high-quality, luxury apartment building with a unique, historic aesthetic to the Pike/Pine district of Capitol Hill. Two buildings, at a total of 15,000 sf, make up this nearly full-block project. A pedestrian corridor runs between and opens up to form a grand, open-air courtyard plaza at the core. On the ground floor, a collection of eateries, bars, and shops are housed in the original BMW showroom, the facade of which has been maintained, celebrate the building’s auto-row era roots. This character structure informs the aesthetic throughout the building, harkening back to an era when attention to detail was the norm. Floor-to-ceiling windows draw ample daylight into interior spaces, and spacious floor plans with reclaimed timber details can be found throughout. Amenities and common areas include the use of bold super graphics and historic-inspired materials to create a palette best described as modern grunge. Strategically placed neon signs flash cheeky song lyrics, and bold, modern artwork completes the finish package meant to appeal to young professionals, entrepreneurs, artists, and other urban dwellers looking for someplace a little bit different to call home.

The north building in a two building, seven level, 243 unit market rate apartment complex Unit mix includes studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom units Approximately 12,000 – 15,000 sf commercial space for retail use SERVICES

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Pike Motorworks LTD S E AT T L E , WA

In Seattle’s edgiest downtown neighborhood, there are few luxury apartment options. The vibrant area is close to shopping, dining and is an ideal place to call home for those who work in South Lake Union or First Hill. This project is the high-end living solution the neighborhood has been waiting for. Setting a new standard of luxury, this apartment project features an urban minimalist interior that highlights the work of local and international artists, uses highly curated finishes, and contains spacious units with targeted amenities. The lobby, with fully staffed concierge desk, features a lavish wool rug set atop a highly polished concrete floor. Wood paneling clad a modern fireplace and leather accent tiles adorn accent walls to add a touch of opulence.

Minimalist luxury apartment building in Seattle’s urban core Total of 104 units offered in open, 1-, and 2-bedroom floor plan options SERVICES

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Amenity Lounge


The Whittaker Apartments S E AT T L E , WA

West Seattle native Jim Whittaker was the first North American to summit Mt. Everest in 1963. His life’s motto, then and now: “If you’re not living on the edge, you’re taking up too much space.” His life and vibrant personality inspired this design. Pacific Northwest inspired materials – Douglas fir, river rock – pair with rich, muted tones of olive, rust, and iron; the harmonious interior embraces residents the same way a mountaintop lodge might after a long, snowy climb. The light-filled, double-height south lobby is open and airy; its vertical-cable open stair leads to an upper level wine bar and lounge, which overlooks the lobby and the surrounding neighborhood. To promote connection with the outdoors, the project also features a state-of-the-art fitness center, bike repair, kitchen, pet wash, and storage for outdoor gear such as tents, skis, and kayaks. And the building’s podium-level courtyard features a thoughtfully designed indoor/outdoor mix of seating areas, “campfire” pit, outdoor movie area, water features, and the courtyard glass and steel “jewel box” structure.

389 Residential units in two buildings Named after the first REI CEO, Jim Whittaker Combines Pacific Northwest inspired natural materials with mid-century style SERVICES

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4730 California S E AT T L E , WA

West Seattle is all about big city amenities with a small town vibe and that’s exactly what residents of 4730 California Avenue will enjoy. At seven levels, this 88 unit mixed-use building has got it all, but if that’s not enough, the surrounding neighborhood offers all a person could want and more. Our designers found themselves drawn to the concepts of the shoreline while conceptualizing the interiors for this project. They’ve found the perfect combination of a modern nauticalinspired design that never approaches kitschy. Rich textures and natural materials such as reclaimed wood contrast high-shine finishes and other utterly modern details to strike a perfect balance.

Seven stories with 88 units Amenities include a fitness room, rooftop deck, lounge, and gathering spaces SERVICES

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Amenities are in no short supply at 4730 California, which includes a fitness room, rooftop deck, and generous lobby, lounge, and gathering spaces. A mid-block pedestrian walkway provides easy access to street-level retail and shops, restaurants, and stores that abound in the immediate neighborhood.

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Luna S E AT T L E , WA

Inspired by the texture, luminosity and mythology of the moon, Luna is a modern apartment home that’s big on style but easy on the wallet. Located in the Ravenna neighborhood close to transit and other amenities, this project features 68 small efficiency dwelling units with high-end finishes, appliances and casework, and thoughtful touches that allow residents to live large in these compact units. The WT Interior Design Studio put their space planning skills to the test in the lobby – which manages to incorporate a wet bar, TV lounge, dining and seating area for entertaining, gathering and working. The design is influenced not only by the name ‘Luna’ but also by simple Scandinavian design. The palette includes light wood, blues, greys and simple patterns such as a punched steel screen. During construction, the design team participated in multiple ‘box walks’ to assist with coordination of building equipment installation, junction boxes and fire and life safety equipment. In compact amenity spaces such as those found at Luna, this level of attention to detail ensures that the clean, modern design vision is carried through to the final project.

68 SEDU and 4 live/work units 400 sf of interior amenity space, 75 sf fitness area, 420 sf bike room 2300 sf of exterior amenity space Scheduled for completion in 2018 Architecture by Cone Architecture SERVICES

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Elan Uptown Flats S E AT T L E , WA

This urban porch is the driving concept of the project’s main entrance. It creates a welcoming feature entry for the building, reinforces community connection and actively and passively engages the public realm at the street corner. The design is an urban take on traditional porch designs with an elevated deck to maximize views and underline security, an overhang for weather protection and a custom steel and wood slatted screen for shading and scale. A fire pit draws users and encourages neighbor gatherings. A clean, modern design marks Elan Uptown Flats inside and out. A sophisticated material palette including stack bond brick masonry, finely textured fiber-cement panels in neutral colors, and vertically oriented windows are modern twists on the surrounding building fabric. In the lobby, these exterior materials wrap the threshold between outside and in and inform the interior palette. It incorporates subdued yet rich natural materials and colors such as raw wood, weathered and blackened steel, and neutral earth tones to evoke the feel of the Pacific Northwest.

182 apartments in two buildings ranging from studios to 3-bedrooms 14 live/work units Amenities include a fitness center, club room, roof deck, conference center and co-working lounge Located in the Uptown neighborhood of Seattle, a few blocks from Seattle Center and the Space Needle SERVICES

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Fremont & 9th L A S V EG A S , N V

In Old Town Las Vegas, the original downtown core, a transformation is taking place. The vision of Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, Downtown Project reimagines this area as a hub of inspiration, entrepreneurial energy, creativity, innovation and discovery. In the district’s heart one particular development will solidify the Downtown Project’s success: Fremont & 9th. The largest new residential development to hit Vegas’s downtown since the great recession, it will provide much needed housing for the people who live and work there. Weber Thompson Interior Design designed Fremont & 9th’s common and amenity areas taking inspiration from the redevelopment’s focus on arts, culture and community. Heavily patterned carpets and wall coverings, and creatively repurposed materials are used throughout. Recycled gym plank flooring and a custom CYP carpet by Masland featuring the city lights of Las Vegas as viewed from the sky will rest underfoot. CoreTEN steel and large-scale custom murals will echo the arty, gritty vibe of the district.

Large mixed-use multifamily development in Downtown Las Vegas 231 residential units 15,000 sf of retail space along Fremont Street Scheduled for completion in 2018 Architecture by Humphreys & Partners Architects SERVICES

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Raven Terrace S E AT T L E , WA

Raven Terrace at Yesler Terrace is the first low-income housing development in the master planned Yesler Terrace neighborhood near downtown Seattle. The building includes 83 new affordable apartments ranging from studio apartments to 4-bedroom townhouses for people of all ages. Raven Terrace offers residents not only affordable housing, but also amenities that add to the vibrancy of the greater community of Yesler Terrace. The building’s community room provides space for up to 100 people and is well equipped with a kitchen, restrooms, and a digital overhead projector to support various functions such as potlucks and social functions. Equipped with elevators, wheelchair-friendly designs, and “Breathe-Easy” filtration in the heat recovery units, the building offers a fundamental positive impact on the overall quality of health and life for residents. By eliminating carpet in the units, the quality of indoor air has also been significantly improved.

95,000 SF with 83 units total A mix of apartments, and two, three, and four-bedroom townhouses. Seattle Housing Authority project with HUD funding First low-income housing in the re-developed Yesler Terrace Master plan neighborhood SERVICES

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Retail & Hospitality Open for Business. We know that opening a new business is exhilarating, but it’s also a quick-moving process that requires keeping a lot of balls in the air. Just as you look to your staff, vendors, and purveyors for their best to get your business off the ground, we’re here to help in our area of expertise – designing a beautiful yet efficient space, navigating local building code requirements, and helping you be true to your story as well as your budget.

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Willows Lodge Interior Refresh WO O D I N V I L L E , WA

Opening in 2000 and located just 25 minutes east of Seattle in Washington’s own version of Napa Valley, Willows Lodge contains 84 well-appointed rooms including seven suites. Oversized soaking tubs and fireplaces come standard in most rooms, and hotel amenities include meeting facilities, a ballroom, two restaurants and a spa. Going on its 15th year in operation – the hotel was in desperate need of a refresh. Weber Thompson’s interior design team was called in for the job. Our approach to this project was based on the concept of a lodge with a modern spin. Our design team pulled the design palette from beautiful existing details like the richly stained concrete floor and the Lodge’s huge, rustic-hewn beams. Deep burgundy tones and buttery caramel are paired with warm neutrals to support this design concept. When paired with lavish textures and understated patterns, the design story is rich and complex.

84 key hotel Located in Woodinville, WA, a.k.a “Woodinville Wine Country” Complete interior refresh of lobby, Fireside Bar, Ballroom, pre-function spaces and meeting rooms, and guest rooms and suites Redesign completed in 2015 SERVICES

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LizzyKate K I R K L A N D, WA

In 2015, online tea retailer LizzyKate decided it was time to try out a brick and mortar location. They engaged Weber Thompson’s interior design team to help them build out a modern teashop in downtown Kirkland that would be the physical manifestation of their virtual store. As avid tea lovers, the owners had visited numerous teashops over the years. What they typically encounter are either ornate, dim spaces filled with delicate rose-patterned china and lace, or stark white, sterile spaces that make tea more of a science and less of an art. Neither of these philosophies made sense for their shop. LizzyKate is a brand that’s modern and fun with a website that’s simple to navigate. What they wanted was a tidy little teashop filled with bursts of color and whimsy that would put a smile on their patron’s faces.

First physical location for online tea retailer, LizzyKate.com 1,028 sf tenant improvement in existing building in downtown Kirkland Completed in July, 2016 SERVICES

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Our designers worked closely with the owners to realize their vision through a series of brainstorming sessions. The result is a lively fun space with colorful accent lighting, brightly colored tea canisters, swaths of wood to add warmth, dramatic lighting and a drool-worthy chiaroscuro tiled floor. 45


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A la Mode Pies S E AT T L E , WA

It is hard to get much smaller than Chris Porter’s 853 sf pie shop; especially when it houses a pie café, coffee bar and full commercial kitchen. Designing this space became an exercise of how much stuff can fit into a tiny footprint, and still leave room for the hungry hoards. The result is a small, yet open, airy space with a sense of history; a place that reflects the homey nature of pie, without being campy. A framed wire-glass window wall allows patrons to watch the artisan bakers at work in the theater kitchen, while open transom panels at the top encourages the heady scents of baking pie to envelope the entire space. The designers used durable, timeless materials that evoke a sense of history, but also feel clean and modern: white subway tile, concrete floors, end-grain walnut countertops and tables, period lighting, diamond-pattern wire glass, wood lath textured walls and a hand chalked menu board.

853 square foot bakery/café space with full commercial kitchen. SERVICES

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Le Caviste S E AT T L E , WA

Take one step into this splendid, petite wine bar, and you’ll feel transported to a bistrot-à-vins tucked down a Parisian alleyway. Offering a broad range of French wines, the selection is picked to faithfully represent their regional character. Weber Thompson’s designers helped Sommelier David Butler realize his vision – which was inspired by the understated elegance of wine shops and bars he’s visited in his years of travel.

Intimate wine bar located in downtown Seattle. SERVICES

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Simple chalkboards hang from copper chains to display the day’s selections. The pale blue-green walls envelop guests with their calming embrace. At night, flickering candles and rustic, bare-bulb chandeliers give the room a warm glow, and reinforce the feeling of an intimate wine cellar, the bar’s namesake. At Le Caviste, no detail is untouched. From the mis-matched silverware and understated bistro tables and chairs, to the wattage of the bulbs in the chandeliers – there are 102 of them, 25-watts each – every element has been considered, but none of them distracts. Together, they melt into one simple, urbane experience. 49


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Rival Fitness S E AT T L E , WA

Upon entering Rival Fitness, multiple activities are within sight. Choose what you are interested in doing, and go for it. This is exactly what Rival Fitness owner Jim Mahan imagined when he conceived of his vision for this Capitol Hill gym. Here, members don’t so much exercise as they are simply active. In the “Playground,” monkey bars run between two concrete columns allowing for a little recess time while also getting in a workout. Underneath, a field of sports turf does double duty – making life easier on the knees while also reinforcing the idea of play.

Tenant Improvement for a two level, multi-functional gym SERVICES

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The spare, industrial space is marked by bright white elements that evoke a clean, modern sensibility while reflecting natural light pours in. Pools of directed LED lights fall on equipment and open areas and dim to allow for varying light levels depending on the activity.

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Ian Menswear S E AT T L E , WA

Since 2002, Belltown store Ian has been offering lux, modern clothing from some of the best contemporary and independent fashion designers in the US and abroad. The store is unique in that the full line of each designer is available through the seasons, which gives customers a chance to learn about the concepts and vision behind the apparel they purchase and the designers they support. Weber Thompson’s interior design team held this in mind when they designed the store’s new retail space on the ground floor of Viktoria. Previously located just a few doors down, Ian’s owners were eager to build out a fresh shop in a brand new building.

Tenant improvement for contemporary men’s fashion retailer 1663 SF of retail SERVICES

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The resulting design is bright and airy and utilizes elements from the previous shop. Fixtures were reconfigured and reworked to fit the layout of the new store. A central counter and fitting room element made of reclaimed wood provides a visual anchor in the center of the room. Lightly finished, the wood is paired with raw steel, clean white walls, and a polished concrete floor. This combination of materials reinforces the understated, yet modern aesthetic. 53


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Commercial Interiors Have a seat. Employees spend an average of 35-45 percent of their waking hours at work. For them to be continuously productive, efficient and healthy, they need a supportive environment. The result trickles down to improved morale, fewer sick days, the ability to attract top talent and ultimately a bigger bottom line. Weber Thompson’s interior designers examine the nature, character and goals of a business to craft a space that works best for their financial needs and the employees’ productivity. We have created national award-winning environments that are responsive to the client and meet a business’s current and future needs.

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Talking Rain Headquarters PR E S TO N , WA

Almost every surface in Talking Rain’s new offices is available in case inspiration strikes. Glass walls double as pseudo white boards, ready for notes; desks have both tackable and white board panels; in the marketing office, a central layout work space for building store displays help hone how the product is marketed. In the conference room, a large, interactive touch screen supports conferencing and brainstorming, while barn doors made of reclaimed wood slide away to reveal a presentation wall. The offices are carved out of the company’s existing warehouse, and act as a palette to inform other Talking Rain offices as they are renovated. The aesthetic is a highly industrial flavor with exposed concrete floors, an open web joist structure and reclaimed wood coexisting with translucent elements evoking the freshness of the brand. Focal points such as the decorative light fixture in the Research & Development area recall a cascade of water drops – talking rain, if you will.

7,684 gsf new office space for a local beverage company Desks commissioned locally from Watson Furniture SERVICES

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Weber Thompson S E AT T L E , WA

Weber Thompson’s Offices offer fresh air, natural daylight, climate control and a solid connection to the outside, making this a great place to spend 50 percent of our waking week. As designer and client, we were faced with the rare challenge of creating our own ideal, creative work environment that reflected our culture and gave us a chance to try out some sustainable strategies. We took a collaborative approach and after a series of intensive meetings, an employee survey and focus groups with staff members, consultants, city representatives and owners, it was determined that the office (and by extension, the building) would feature passive ventilation, extensive daylighting, sustainable materials and would aim for LEED certification. Staff members were included throughout the design process and were able to offer their opinions on everything from storage needs to creative re-use for salvaged materials from the construction site. The result is a feeling of ownership and pride from those of us who occupy it and breathe its fresh air daily.

10,000 sf office space Floor plan, exposed ceilings and materials encourage air movement. Workstations have a maximum height of 42� to allow all employees to have direct outside views. Indirect overhead light minimizes glare and provides soft, even lighting controlled by sensors. Office is certified LEED Platinum

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Hansen Belyea S E AT T L E , WA

A tiny office demands total flexibility. For this boutique marketing strategy and design firm, our designers were able to fit six desks, a kitchen, layout space, conference table, screening area, and ample storage all in a space that is under 1,500 sf. On top of that, about 50 percent of the walls are floor-to-ceiling windows, so there was little space to design against the walls and mitigating glare was a high priority. The result is an open, airy space, with high, white, exposed ceilings. Specifically placed furniture creates different rooms within the space, but allows for re-arrangement. Cleverly designed storage space hides everything in plain sight while long view lines mean collaborative elements can be viewed comfortably from various spots throughout. The ground floor doors open to a branding wall that delineates between public and private space, an important consideration as the office door is the first thing viewed when entering the courtyard from the street.

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A tenant improvement for a 1,420 sf office space in a LEED Gold certified building SERVICES

Interior Design


W.L. Gore S E AT T L E , WA

Upon entering the space, you are faced with the inspiring words of the company’s founder. The office works to uphold that commitment, supporting a tiny staff, some regular, some transient, and allowing for larger events for focus groups, clients and buyers. The large open conference room has a full operable wall that allows large events to spill out into the lobby area. A separate, flexible workspace encourages collaboration among staff members, with an open breakout space for team work sessions. Tucked behind the tiny kitchen, a private conference room allows for smaller internal meetings and private conversations.

A 4200 sf tenant improvement for the Seattle office of a technical fabric company based on the east coast. SERVICES

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Resumes


Bernadette Rubio NCIDQ , LEED AP I N T E R I O R D E S I G N P R I N C I PA L

Helios

Bernadette Rubio leads Weber Thompson’s Interior Design team. She has over twenty years of experience in space planning, mixed-use commercial and residential environments. Restaurants and hospitality design top her list of favorite project types. For these projects, she believes there is more of a process in understanding who it is one is designing for, and seeing the importance of both aesthetics and functionality. For Bernadette, that process of analysis, problem solving, and collaboration is one of the most enjoyable aspects of her job. E D U C AT I O N Bachelor of Science, Architecture – Portland State University E X PE R I E N C E Helios | Seattle, WA Stratus | Seattle, WA

4730 California

Sunset Electric | Seattle, WA Pike Motorworks North | Seattle, WA Radius SLU | Seattle, WA Le Caviste | Seattle, WA 4730 California | Seattle, WA Pike Motorworks LTD | Seattle, WA

Pike Motorworks LTD

Gunbarrel Center | Boulder, CO Ian | Seattle, WA WeWork Office Tenant Improvement | Seattle, WA Elleven | Los Angeles, CA* Luma | Los Angeles, CA* Riva on the Park | Portland, OR*

Gunbarrel Center

12 Moons Restaurant | Snoqualmie, WA** *designed while at Ankrom Moisan. **designed while at MulvannyG2.


Rachael Bauer NCIDQ, LEED AP ID+C S E N I O R A S S O C I AT E , I N T E R I O R D E S I G N E R Prior to joining Weber Thompson in 2011 and furthering her experience in multi-family housing, Senior Associate Rachael Bauer worked in commercial design with an emphasis on office tenant improvements. At Weber Thompson, Rachael is active in 3D modeling and renderings, detailing, drawing standards and accessibility compliance, in addition to her project work.

LUMA

Double majoring in both Interior Design and Spanish, Rachael has developed a love for travel, especially to Spanish-speaking countries. She also has a passion for animals, which she developed while doing animal rescue early in her childhood. She continues that passion today as an animal rights advocate. E D U C AT I O N BA in Interior Design and Spanish – Washington State University E X PE R I E N C E LUMA | Seattle, WA

Nexus

Raven Terrace at Yesler Terrace | Seattle, WA Nexus | Seattle, WA Talking Rain Corporate Headquarters | Preston, WA Pike Motorworks | Seattle, WA Fremont & 9th | Las Vegas, NV 4730 California | Seattle, WA

Pike Motorworks

Viktoria | Seattle, WA Tuna House Sushi Restaurant | Bellevue, WA Le Caviste | Seattle, WA Rival Fitness | Seattle, WA Radius SLU | Seattle, WA Uptown Flats | Seattle, WA

Talking Rain Corporate Headquarters

Cascade I & II | Seattle, WA


Interior Design Brochure  

Our philosophy at Weber Thompson is quite simple: we seek to understand our client's vision, to excel at teamwork, and believe that our succ...

Interior Design Brochure  

Our philosophy at Weber Thompson is quite simple: we seek to understand our client's vision, to excel at teamwork, and believe that our succ...