Graham Baba Architects
Graham Baba Architects is a Seattle-based architecture firm recognized for the successful place-making of commercial, residential, and cultural spaces. Whether enlivening an urban community or creating a quiet refuge, we strive to design venues that resonate with memory and a sense of discovery. The firm believes every project-from adaptive reuse of existing buildings to new construction-provides an opportunity to reveal and celebrate authentic materials in their natural state. The firm's work is found across the Pacific Northwest and in California and Wisconsin.
Category Architecture Companies
Phone (206) 323-9932
1507 Belmont Avenue Ste. 200
Seattle, WA 98122
News About Graham Baba Architects
Graham Baba Architects Renovates Penthouse at Smith Tower in Seattle
Graham Baba Architects recently renovated the penthouse apartment situated at the top of the historic Smith Tower in downtown Seattle.
Leftcraft by Graham Baba Architects
Graham Baba Architects recently completed Leftcraft, a casual yet distinct local taproom, situated in a 1950s-era, single-story building on Main Street in downtown Edmonds.
Alaska Airlines Flagship Lounge at SeaTac International Airport North Satellite
Graham Baba Architects recently transformed the Alaska Airlines Flagship Lounge at SeaTac International Airport.
Understory at The Spheres, Seattle
Understory at The Spheres is a multi-functional exhibit and visitor center designed to tell the story of 'The Spheres,' Amazon's iconic and wholly unique insertion into the heart of Seattle.
Klotski by Graham Baba Architects
Graham Baba Architects recently completed Klotski, a mixed-use building featuring externally mounted sliding metal sunscreens (the screens reference the sliding tiles found in a klotski, a puzzle game), which give the building its name.
Graham Baba Architects Renovates Queen Anne Residence
Graham Baba Architects recently renovated the Queen Anne Residence, with interiors by Holly McKinley Interior Design.
The Hangar at Kenmore Town Green by Graham Baba Architects
Graham Baba Architects recently completed The Hangar at Kenmore Town Green. The 4,600-square-foot Hangar and 24,000-square-foot Town Green provide a year-round focal point and a symbolic living room for the city.
Cowiche Canyon by Graham Baba Architects
Graham Baba Architects recently completed Cowiche Canyon Kitchen and Icehouse Bar, a combination restaurant and attached bar in Yakima, Washington.
The Studios by Graham Baba Architects
Designed by Graham Baba Architects, The Studios is a 10,000-square-foot venue dedicated to the disciplines of acting, dance, and music.
Washington Fruit HQ by Graham Baba Architects
Graham Baba Architects designed the Washington Fruit & Produce Co. Headquarters located in scenic Yakima, Washington.
Artefact Headquarters by Graham Baba Architects
Graham Baba Architects designed the new headquarters for Artefact, a Seattle-based high tech/industrial design firm.
Cloud Room: A Co-working Space and Lounge
Graham Baba Architects and Brian Paquette Interiors have created a co-working space in Seattle called Cloud Room.