Commercial, Mass Timber, Sustainability

The Hudson

Sustainable Mixed-use Office Building Uses Wood to Advance Live/Work/Play Philosophy

As the first newly constructed office building in recent memory in downtown Vancouver, Washington, the Hudson serves as bridge between the community’s rich history and promising future.

The building is open and airy, with 15’ ceilings, custom 2×4 decking, extensive use of wood including exposed glue-laminated timber columns and beams.

Sustainable design was a key project goal, with a target of LEED Gold for the core and shell, and Four Green Globes awarded in Sustainable Interiors. Sustainable elements include an efficient variable refrigerant flow system, high-performance window glazing, and combinations of LED and natural daylighting.

The Hudson office and mass timber ceiling interior view

Project Details

  • Architect
    Mackenzie Architects
  • Date Completed
    2016
  • Location
    Vancouver, Washington
  • Client
    Killian Pacific
  • Size
    45,000 SF
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