Benjamin Benschneider/ Timothy Hursley|Benjamin Benschneider/ Timothy Hursley|Benjamin Benschneider/ Timothy Hursley|Benjamin Benschneider/ Timothy Hursley|Benjamin Benschneider/ Timothy Hursley|Benjamin Benschneider/ Timothy Hursley|Benjamin BenschneiderA look at the world’s wealthiest charity|The multi-purpose atrium, with views of Seattle’s Space Needle|In fine weather, the landscaped central plaza becomes ad hoc workspace|The reception, given a crafty feel with felt seating and an embroidered desk|City views over the green-roofed car park from the tip of Wing A|Desks turn into mini meeting areas by adding hybrid seating/storage units|Informal shared space sits at the apex of the boomerang-shaped buildings||
25 Jul 2012

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation by NBBJ

Words by James McLachlan

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