Designed by Peter Walker of Sasaki Walker and Associates in collaboration with architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, this 260-acre forest base includes Weierhauser’s headquarters and related management, recreation and forestry. The large headquarters building was completed in 1971 and can accommodate 1,000 employees. It is a “skyscraper” located on a mild wetland, which can minimize its size and form a dam effect at one end of the artificial lake, and is tilted sideways. Integrate it into the venue.
One thing that is often overlooked when heading south on I-5 is Wayerhauser’s iconic headquarters building, located in the middle of a vast prairie.
When he moved his headquarters from Federal Avenue to Seattle two years ago, he abandoned this iconic building. Now, everyone seems to have a different view of this earth’s prospects.
A developer plans to build an office park on the tree and set up a zip line. Another developer wanted to build a warehouse under the porch to preserve the award-winning historic building. But other developers hope to open the land to more people, like Central Park on the Federal Way.
Like Disneyland, there are many things to do and many things to see. There are famous bonsai gardens, rhododendron gardens, paths and ponds with fountains. Wyellhauser also has a magnificent lawn and a helicopter will land to transport Santa every Christmas.
Weyerhaeuser Company, P.O. Box 9777, Federal Way, Federal Way, Washington, USA, WA 98063-9777