One of three buildings designed by Bumgardner at Port Gardner Landing as part of the Port of Everett revival, this 36-room inn unites past and present to create a comfortable and functional home for extended-stay business travelers. Designed with clean, simple lines and interiors that emphasize exposed materials and natural light, the inn is inspired by a maritime era gone by.
The Project received an AIA Seattle 1998 Honor Award Recipient, Commendation Award for Washington Architecture.
“The simplicity of the plan is complemented by a series of well-scaled massing ideas…the interior space is exhilarating with exposed systems and structure.”
AIA Seattle Honor Awards Jury member comments