The New Yorker highlights the seminal corporate headquarters of Weyerhaeuser in Federal Way, Washington. Often called a "skyscraper on its side," the building appears to merge with the surrounding environment.
The Seattle Times highlights the historic headquarters of Weyerhaeuser in Federal Way, Washington. The lauded campus will become available to new tenants in 2016.
Curbed Seattle covers the new availability of Weyerhaeuser's historic headquarters in Federal Way, Washington. The building, often called a "skyscraper on its side," is composed of gently sloping landscaped terraces that step upward.
Architect John O. Merrill Jr., FAIA, the son of a founder of SOM, died on April 25 at his home in Tiburon, California. Merrill was the Partner in Charge of many of SOM’s widely regarded projects.
Stephen Apking, SOM Interior Design Partner, is quoted in an article on workplace design in today’s Wall Street Journal. The story traces the evolution of popular office designs throughout the 20th century, many of which, according to Apking, incorporated “ideas ahead of their time.”