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Founded in 1897 to meet the needs of prospectors traveling through Seattle to the Klondike Gold Rush, Filson is rooted in Pacific Northwest history. The brand has a worldwide reputation for products that are built to last, made in America, and guaranteed for life. Inspired by that ethos, the design team created a space that shares the same level of quality and integrity as Filson’s products. The store’s double-height space features a post-and-beam structure recalling a barn interior (an abandoned barn was dismantled and repurposed for the project). Interior inspiration is from sources as diverse as Jack London’s Call of the Wild, Victorian-era natural history museums, Robert Altman’s McCabe and Mrs. Miller, and Darius Kinsey’s photographs.

Project Team:

Architecture / Interiors: Heliotrope Architects

Contractor: Schimenti​

Heavy Timber Fabrication: Spearhead

Lighting: Invisible Circus

Photography: Kevin Scott

 

Heliotrope Architects Design Team:

Mike Mora AIA, Design Principal

Tonia Capuana, Architect

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