Daring Women: Hewitt’s Julia Nagele Leads by Emphasizing Strength and Humility

SEATTLE (September 20th) Seattle Business Magazine. Hewitt’s principal and director of design checks her ego at the door and and views criticism as an opportunity to grow. Julia Nagele watched

‘Mama’ tower seeks to ‘calm the center’ of project near Pike Place

SEATTLE (August 20th) Puget Sound Business Journal. The project’s most striking design feature is the slender rectangular opening between the taller “Mama” tower, as Hewitt dubbed it, and the shorter

40-Story The Emerald in Seattle Celebrates Topping Off

“We intimately know the Pike Place Market and waterfront neighborhood, as we’re located next door to The Emerald,” said Julia Nagele.

The Modern Flâneur

Do you remember the last time you took a stroll somewhere in the city, perhaps noticing a new piece of artwork on a brick wall..?

SLU residential tower site by Apple campus sells for $26M

Gemdale USA has purchased the South Lake Union development site at 222 Dexter Ave. N., where a 29-story, 340-unit residential tower is planned.

Moved by a Light Rail Station

“I sensed something monumental .. that convinced me to believe transportation architecture could become something beyond just utilitarian architecture.”

Designing with VR

“Visualizing architecture has become increasingly critical to delivering great projects.” Sarah writes about using virtual reality as a design tool.

Interview with Julia Nagele on Gridiron

“We have to apply something that was for today and anticipate for the future,” Julia Nagele, HEWITT’S Principal and Director of Design.

‘200 Eastlake units ready for first design review’ -DJC

“..[A]t 2517 Eastlake Ave. E., developer Carl Pollard and Hewitt are planning a new seven-story apartment building with up to 200 units.”

6 Places for the Perfect Selfie

Inspired by Curbed Seattle – here’s six places to take the perfect Instagram photo

Facebook Arbor Blocks in the News!

Check out our landscape studio’s work on the new FB Arbor Blocks project featured in Geekwire. The project features Seattle’s first Salmon-Safe woonerf!

From Suzhou to Seattle

“If you told me ten years ago that I would be working in the United States on my path to becoming an architect, I would not have believed you.”

Designing Inclusive Cities

“The allure of cities is undeniable, attracting residents by providing an array of opportunities, diversity, access to cultures, cuisine, and new experiences..”