The Cottonwood Canyon Experience Center won one of four American Institute of Architect’s Seattle Chapter 2020 Honor Awards, the highest recognition the organization gives each year.
The four Honor Award recipient projects embody a capacity beyond the built form–each is founded around standing in service to their communities, large or small. Hugo House preserves the creation of story. The Center for Wooden Boats is a workshop, a gathering around craft. The Burke Museum is the museum-as-educator reimagined, and Cottonwood was conceived as a bridge across spatial and cultural distance.
Oregon Parks Forever is proud to have led the successful fund raising campaign to make this building possible. We congratulate Signal Architecture for this nice recognition of their work!