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Seattle Central Waterfront

James Corner Field Operations

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Morgan Day



City of Seattle


  • James Corner, RLA, Founding Partner, “Design Director”
  • Tatiana Choulika, RLA, Principal, “Principal-In-Charge”
  • Andrew Ten Brink, Associate, “Project Manager’
  • Johanna Barthmaier, Project Designer
  • James Tenyenhuis, Project Designer
  • Margaret Jankowsky, Project Designer


  • Landscape Architect: Berger Partnership
  • Structural Engineer: Magnusson Klemencic Associates

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Project Description


Field Operations has been leading the design of a comprehensive framework plan and dynamic urban design for 1.5 miles of Seattle’s Central Waterfront. With the removal of the Alaskan Way Viaduct and the reconstruction of the Elliot Bay Seawall, the City of Seattle is poised to reclaim its Central Waterfront and reconnect to Elliott Bay. The Framework plan works at multiple scales to re-center the city and shape a new public realm. A robust Urban Framework utilizes character zones, nodes and linkages to acknowledge difference in adjacent neighborhoods and capitalize on unique waterfront conditions.
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