The Hanger at Kenmore is a 4,600 square foot structure with a 26,000 square foot courtyard. The community center was designed to be a gathering place for the local community for having a cup of coffee to club meetings. The structure was part of a deigning challenge set by the state to construct a building with using 70% less CO2 emissions then the average construction usage. The construction exceeded that amount by using 79% less than the average. This article interested me because I am originally from the metro Seattle area, I very much enjoy the open airy concepts that a lot of Washington architects are using.
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