redmond city hall

Situated along the Sammamish River, Redmond’s municipal campus provides vital community resources and open space. In Phase I, a new City Hall and four-level parking garage were constructed. HEWITT also was instrumental in the creation of a broader site municipal campus Master Plan that connected the new structures into the existing open space, parking and building network.


Redmond, WA




City of Redmond




18 Acres

ABOUT the project

HEWITT’s site design reflects the natural context and history of Redmond. Echoing its position on the river corridor, the environmentally sensitive design mitigates the impact of development and creates distinctive spaces that serve as forecourts to the building and as civic living rooms for the community. Spatial definition of the various plazas offers flexibility and hierarchy to serve various seasonal programs. Generous public open spaces include a reflecting pool, viewing terraces, stormwater management of sculpted earth structures capturing rainwater runoff, and small plazas spaces for gathering and meetings.


City of Redmond / Superior Design Award for Architectural Design, Siting and Landscaping May 2, 2012
NAIOP project of the year 2006
Best Public Architecture 2006 by US Corporate Architecture Institute
Published Architectural Record 2007