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Learning places bring people together, with each other and the world around them, strengthening the bonds to nature and community.  Authored and owned by the communities’ whose stories they tell, they honor local learning.  They move people to work together, learn together, and develop an ever-evolving understanding of the interdependence of communities with the natural world.      

 

Practice Areas

Education centers and campuses

Community architecture

 

 

BLOEDEL RESERVE

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, WASHINGTON
BLOEDEL RESERVE

 

Jones & Jones is preparing a new master plan for this 150-acre internationally-acclaimed, public garden located on the north end of Bainbridge Island, just west of Seattle. more

 

 

CAMP NOR'WESTER CAMP DEVELOPMENT PLAN

SAN JUAN ISLANDS, WASHINGTON
CAMP NOR'WESTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

Jones & Jones evaluated a new site for this Camp's relocation, prepared a site plan for the new development, relocated and remodeled many existing facilities, and designed new structures. more

 

 

CAMP SOLOMON SCHECHTER SITE PLANNING AND DINING FACILITY

TUMWATER, WASHINGTON
CAMP SOLOMON SCHECHTER

 

Jones & Jones is currently doing site planning and design of a replacement for the "Chadar"—an outdated dining facility that has been the heart and soul of the Camp Schechter experience for generations of camp alumni. more

 

 

Catalina Island Museum

Avalon, California
Catalina Island Museum

 

The Catalina Island Museum has served as the cultural cornerstone of the Avalon community for more than a half-century. With a burgeoning collection, it has outgrown its original space in the iconic Avalon Casino Building.  more

 

 

Cedar River Watershed Education Center

Cedar Falls, Washington
Seattle Public Utilities, Watershed Management Division

 

Located at the edge of the pristine, 90,000-acre Cedar River Watershed preserve, this unique complex is dedicated to educating greater Seattle residents about the principal sourceof their drinking water—the Cedar River. more

 

 

Center for Urban Horticulture

Seattle, Washington

Center for Urban Horticulture

 

Jones & Jones produced the initial master plan for this center— the first academic program in the United States devoted to research on plants in urban environments.  more

 

 

FORT VANCOUVER NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE ADAPTIVE REUSE OF BUILDINGS 987 & 404 SITE PLAN FOR ACCESS & CIRCULATION

VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

 

The 2011 termination of the Army's 160 year military presence at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site led to the hiring of Jones & Jones for planning and design services currently under way. more

 

 

Icicle Creek Music Center

North Cascades, Washington

Harriet Bullitt

 

The Icicle Creek Music Center, located adjacent to Sleeping Lady Mountain Retreat and Conference Center, offers a state-of-the-art facility for music students and instructors.  more

 

 

Jack Hunter O'Dell Education and Reflection Center

Kent, Washington
Institute for Community Leadership

 

The Jack Hunter O’Dell Education and Reflection Center is a catalyst for community connection—a place for life-long learning, solving community problems, nonviolence training, stewardship, and positive change in public education.  more

 

 

McCartney Creek Conservation Center, Program and Site Concept Plan

Moses Coulee Conservation Area, North Central Washington
The Nature Conservancy of Washington

 

Jones & Jones collaborated with The Nature Conservancy and their regional partners to develop a site concept plan and program for a new conservation center in the McCartney Creek Preserve. more

 

 

Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center

Bellevue, Washington
City of Bellevue Parks and Recreation and
The Pacific Science Center

 

The Environmental Education Center is the gateway to theMercer Slough—a 320-acre wetland park at the heart of theCity of Bellevue.  Mercer Slough video and more

 

 

Monterey Hotel—Chief Seattle Club

Seattle, Washington
The Seneca Group

 

The Chief Seattle Club—a spiritual gathering place and provider of crucial services for indigent and homeless American Indians—has a beautiful new home in the renovated Monterey Hotel.  more



Read the project case study on buildinggreen.com

 

 

Noyo Center for Science and Education

Fort Bragg, California
With Bauer & Wiley Architects
City of Fort Bragg

 

The Noyo Center will be a first-rate marine research, learning, and interpretive complex at the Fort Bragg headlands. The facility —comprised of a Marine Research and Community Learning Center—will advance marine and coastal research, public education, and spearhead the restoration of Native coastal prairie on a degraded industrial site. more

 

 

Pullman Arts Pavillion

Pullman, Washington
City of Pullman Public Works, Washington State University Music Department

 

Sited in a hollow of the rolling hills of the Palouse, thePullman Arts Pavilion will provide a venue for symphony orchestra, chamber ensemble, theater, acoustic and amplified performance. more

 

 

SEATTLE INDIAN HEALTH BOARD—CONFERENCE & COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER FEASIBILITY STUDY

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
SEATTLE INDIAN HEALTH BOARD

 

The Seattle Indian Health Board commissioned Jones & Jones to conduct a feasibility study and prepare initial design concepts for a Conference & Community Resource Center for the Native American community. more

 

 

Southeast Alaska Visitors Information Center

Ketchikan, Alaska
USDA Forest Service

 

Located near the mouth of Ketchikan Creek on the site of an ancient Tlingit fishing village, the Southeast Alaska Visitor Information Center is one of four Forest Service-sponsored centers in Alaska focusing on local and regional heritage.  more

 

 

 

 

 

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