Lincoln High School

Lincoln High School, in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood, was unoccupied for 16 years until 1997, when Seattle Public Schools (SPS) began to utilize it as a swing site for various elementary, middle, and high schools in construction. In response to the district’s need to accommodate growth in 2019, Bassetti Architects and Catalyst were commissioned to restore this designated Seattle landmark to a viable, 21st-century learning facility while celebrating its 20th-century roots.

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Sub-Vertical Market: K-12 Education

Location: Seattle, WA

Project Photography:
Cleary O'Farrell Photography

Design Firm: Bassetti Architects

Types of Spaces: Library, Common Areas, Collaborative Areas, Workstations, Administrative, Lunchroom/ Cafeteria, Labs, Classrooms

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