Over the years we have worked on a number of additional projects. Please contact us for more information on any of the ones listed below.

  • Youth Theatre Northwest | Mercer Island WA
    Framework provided pro-bono assistance to YTN for adapting space for their use until MICA is built. Framework is working with YTN, Emmanuel Episcopal Church and the City to adapt the church’s Parish Hall for a temporary black box.

  • Cornish College of the Arts Centennial Lab | Seattle WA
    Lesley Bain, Principal-in-Charge while at Weinstein A|U of a 48,000 sf renovation/addition to create space for the college’s new art curriculum, including classrooms, studio space, gallery and lecture hall.

  • Dawson Street Mixed Use Project | Seattle, WA
    Framework developed preliminary design for two stories of housing over one level of retail space in a neighborhood commercial zone in south Seattle.

  • Senior Housing Predesign, Plymouth Housing | Seattle, WA Framework developed concepts for 100 units of housing for formerly homeless seniors, with resident services and street level retail. A public park is included on the site.

  • Rotary Support Center for Families | Seattle, WA
    Design through construction phases for a 38,000 sf new facility for Wellspring Family Services, with offices, pre-school classrooms, counseling space and community facilities. Lesley Bain, Principal-in-Charge while at Weinstein A|U.

  • French American School, Phases 1 and 2, | Mercer Island, WA
    Design through construction phases for an elementary school. The first phase was a one-story building, approximately 18,000 sf; the second phase added a second floor of 14,000 sf. Lesley Bain, Principal-in-Charge while at Weinstein A|U.

  • The Pearl Apartments | Seattle, WA
    This mixed-use building added eighty units of housing to the Capitol Hill neighborhood, with restaurant and commercial space at the street. The C-shaped building is centered on an internal courtyard for residents, and looks outward to downtown and the Olympic Mountains and maximizes activities along three major streets.Lesley Bain, Architect and Urban Designer, while at Weinstein A|U.

  • The Bernard Apartments | Seattle, WA
    The sixty units in this building replaced a parking lot in an older residential neighborhood near Seattle Center. Live-work units face the sidewalk, and extra landscape will fill in the gap along the tree-lined street. Lesley Bain, Principal-in-Charge while at Weinstein A|U.

  • 2026 East Madison Apartments | Seattle, WA
    With 222 units, this project design uses multiple strategies to break down the scale of the architecture and to extend the public realm along the streets and through the project. A double-height space at the entry offers covered public open space for a rainy climate. Lesley Bain, Principal-in-Charge while at Weinstein A|U.

  • Music and Dance Building, Concept Design, Cornish | Seattle, WA
    Design for relocating the Music and Dance departments to consolidate the Cornish campus. The program included performance spaces, teaching and support spaces. An undeveloped adjacent property, owned by the City of Seattle Parks Department, was incorporated into the design. Lesley Bain, Principal-in-Charge while at Weinstein A|U.

  • Camp Sealth, Environmental Education Building | Seattle, WA
    The work at Camp Sealth included renovations for the entire camp, including historic Rounds Hall. New buildings done as part of the project included the Environmental Education Building, “Birdcage”, with indoor classrooms and an expansive covered outdoor classroom. Lesley Bain, Principal-in-Charge while at Weinstein A|U.

  • Eernisse Apartments, Vashon Island
    26 affordably priced units for the non-profit Vashon Household, clustered around a central open area on a 4.3 acre site.  Lesley Bain, Principal-in-Charge while at Weinstein A|U

  • Cross Kirkland Corridor 
    Urban design for Kirkland’s vision for a 5.75 mile rails to trails project that would connect neighborhoods, businesses, parks and schools. The Berger Partnership, Project Lead.
  • Columbia Plaza | Seattle, WA
    Schematic design for a mixed-use project for over 200 residential units in the historic Columbia City neighborhood, taken through Master Use Permit level drawings. Lesley Bain, Principal-in-Charge while at Weinstein A|U.

  • Stadium Terrace | Seattle, WA
    This mixed-use project renovates a 1903 brick plumbing warehouse and adds seven floors of new residences above. The design emphasizes the unusual geometry of the building, and adds life to the street with new restaurants and commercial space. The project is adjacent to the new shared-use street that will be created with the removal of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Lesley Bain, Principal-in-Charge while at Weinstein A|U.

  • Redmond Central Connector
    Urban design for a 1.1 mile regional trail and a 12-acre linear park design to accommodate future light rail transit and redefine Redmond’s Downtown.  The Berger Partnership, Project Lead.