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Julie Bargmann Wins the Inaugural Cornelia Hahn Oberlander International Landscape Architecture Prize
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Marc Treib Says Weyerhaeuser is the Best Preserved and Most Outstanding Corporate Campus in the World - Related Content
Weyerhaeuser International Headquarters
Steve Wheeler on the Integrity of Setting at Weyerhaeuser
The Society of Architectural Historians Opposes Current Development Proposals for Weyerhaeuser
Tod Williams and Billie Tsien write of Weyerhaeuser "Please do not Destroy what is Beautiful in order to Replace it with what is Convenient."
Martha Schwartz writes that Development Proposals for Weyerhaeuser are the "Complete Opposite of Contemporary Urban Planning Best Practices"
Linda Jewell addresses "the impact" of Weyerhaeuser "and its distinguished landscape architect, Peter Walker"
Ken Smith notes Weyerhaeuser is "one of the most significant corporate campuses of the modern era"
Louise Mozingo writes that Weyerhaeuser is "unprecedented and unmatched anywhere in the world"
René Bihan writes that Weyerhaeuser is a "pioneering landscape, valuable public amenity, and Washington landmark"
ASLA CEO Torey Carter-Conneen Speaks Out on Behalf of Weyerhaeuser
William Mann says Weyerhaeuser is a "masterpiece of landscape architectural design"
ASLA Washington Chapter President Writes that Weyerhaeuser is "An Exemplar of Modern Landscape Architecture"
Craig Hartman Calls Proposed Warehouses at Weyerhaeuser "the Lowest Common Denominator in Real Estate Development"
Pandora Nash-Karner Writes "Where will you find Another Weyerhaeuser, a Recognized Masterpiece"?
Scott Melbourne Writes the "Weyerhaeuser Campus is a Gem"
Brice Maryman Writes Weyerhaeuser is a "Nationally and Internationally Important Cultural Resource"
Gwendolyn Wright says Weyerhaeuser is the "Most Significant Corporate Campus in the World"
Todd Grover and Liz Waytkus Hail the "National Significance" of Weyerhaeuser
David Streatfield Says Weyerhaeuser is "Unquestionably the Finest Corporate Campus in the World"
Peter Walker Says Weyerhaeuser is Perhaps his "Most Important" Project in his Six Decade Career
Alexandra Lange writes that Weyerhaeuser is "an Exemplar of both Late Modern Architecture and Modern Landscape Architecture"
Bill Johnson Describes Weyerhaeuser as a "World-Acclaimed Place of Distinction"
David Goldberg and Deb Guenther Write the Weyerhaeuser is a Significant Place of Inspiration
Laurie Olin Calls Weyerhaeuser a "Treasure" that is a "Pioneering Collaborative Design of Landscape and Architecture"
Gary Hilderbrand Describes Weyerhaeuser as a "Groundbreaking and Innovative Milestone"
Gordon Goff Calls Weyerhaeuser "Revolutionary in its Synthesis of Modernist Design and Environmental Sensitivity"
Nicholas Adams Warns that "Loss of the [Weyerhaeuser] Building's Relation to the Landscape would be Catastrophic."
Kenneth Helphand says Weyerhaeuser is the "Finest Example of the American Suburban Corporate Headquarters"
Thaisa Way Writes that Weyerhaeuser is "an International Icon of Modernism"
Joeb Moore Terms Weyerhaeuser an"Extraordinary Example of Environmental Design and Corporate Campus Planning"
Richard Longstreth says Weyerhaeuser "Merits National Historic Landmark Status"
Threat to Weyerhaeuser Campus Increases
Jan 18, 2021
Weyerhaeuser Campus Forest Land Deemed Unimportant
Nov 10, 2020
Adverse Effects Being Studied on Historic Weyerhaeuser Campus
Oct 15, 2020
Appeal to Quash Development of Weyerhaeuser Campus Denied
Sep 16, 2019
City Denies Potential Environmental Impact on Weyerhaeuser Campus
Nov 19, 2018
Plans Unfold to Make Weyerhaeuser Campus an Industrial Zone
Nov 08, 2017
Landslide: Northwestern Modernist Gem At-Risk
Oct 19, 2016
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A Fight to Save a Corporate Campus Intertwined With Nature
Feb 13, 2021
New York Times
Weyerhaeuser Campus: criticism is mounting against planned development of historic HQ
Feb 10, 2021
Architects speak out about threat to historic Weyerhaeuser HQ in Washington
Feb 09, 2021
The world’s most beautiful corporate campus is about to be turned into warehouses
Feb 09, 2021
The Cultural Landscape Foundation launches an international campaign to save Weyerhaeuser Corporate Headquarters
Feb 08, 2021
World Landscape Architecture
New Weyerhaeuser Campus Development Faces Pushback in Washington
Feb 04, 2021
The Cultural Landscape Foundation launches campaign to halt “inappropriate” development at historic Weyerhaeuser campus
Feb 03, 2021
Weyerhaeuser campus clash continues over warehouse plan
Jan 28, 2021
Federal Way Mirror
Former Weyerhaeuser property moves forward despite public scrutiny
Dec 13, 2016
Federal Way Mirror