Rooftop Deck and Trellis

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Rooftop Deck and Trellis

Inn at the Market

When the roof of your impressive hotel overlooks the most iconic scene in Seattle, all you have to do is create a space that supports the view that comes with the setting. Sometimes a simple idea is quite difficult in execution. It was no small task bringing up thousands of pounds of materials from the hustling streets below through hallways and elevators to build this gorgeous rooftop deck, but we were up to the challenge. The design team and owner were just as invested in creating this truly magical setting for hotel guests.

Design Credit: Graham Baba Architects

Photography: John Granen

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