Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) Addition & Pine Street Project w/ Urban Design Forum
Pine Street Group & LMN Architects
A presentation on the design of the proposed Addition to the Washington State Convention Center, which will be an urban, 21stcentury, vertically stacked convention center. The project will bring economic benefits to the community and significantly improve the neighboring pedestrian environment.
Learn more: www.WSCCAddition.com
Mark Reddington, FAIA | Partner, LMN Architects
Mark Reddington, FAIA, is a Partner at LMN Architects in Seattle. He is a leader in the design of public places including the Washington State Convention Center Addition, Vancouver Convention Centre West, Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, Benaroya Hall and the Tobin Center in San Antonio. His work has won over 120 design awards including 18 recent national and international awards, such as the World Architecture News Sustainable Building of the Year, 5 National AIA Honor Awards, and an Urban Land Institute Award for Excellence. His work has been extensively published in print, online, and broadcast media, earning widespread acclaim not only from architecture critics, but also urban design writers, music and arts experts, technical journals, and civic organizations. Mark received his architectural training at the University of Cincinnati. He is a frequent presenter and awards jury member for universities, and civic and professional organizations. He is co-chair of the Design Oversight Committee for Seattle’s new Waterfront For All redevelopment project.
Matt Griffin | Managing Partner Pine Street Group L.L.C., Seattle
Matt Griffin is managing partner of the Pine Street Group in Seattle, a real estate development firm for commercial, residential, retail, and mixed-use properties. He has spent most of the last 35 years developing property in downtown Seattle. The company recently completed Via6, a 24-story, 654-unit apartment project at Sixth and Lenora, and is currently working on a project to approximately double the size of the Washington State Convention Center. Griffin splits his time between real estate and non-profit work in Seattle. He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Princeton, an MBA from Stanford, and a Master of Science in construction management from Stanford.