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MulvannyG2 Architecture is a U.S.-based architecture firm headquartered in Bellevue, Washington. MulvannyG2 is ranked among the 50 largest architectural firms and top two retail designers in the world (BD World Architecture). The firm designs retail stores and centers, corporate offices and interiors, and mixed-use destinations for clients and brands of global significance. Clients include seven of the top 20 Fortune 100 retailers.
Founded in 1971, the firm employs 300 in five offices located in: Bellevue, Washington; Irvine, California; Washington, D.C.; Shanghai, China. Leadership: Mitch Smith, AIA, LEED AP, CEO; Ming Zhang - 张铭, AIA, LEED AP, President; and Jerry Q. Lee - 李权忠, AIA, Chairman.
Notable MulvannyG2 buildings
- Tonkon Torp, LLC, Law Office Renovation, Portland, Ore., 2011
- Gashora Girls Academy, Gashora, Rwanda, 2011
- Xi'an Daming Palace and Tourism Center, Xi'an, China, 2010
- Huawei Beijing Research & Development Campus, Beijing, China, 2010
- Bellevue Towers, LEED Gold Certified, Bellevue, Washington, USA, 2009
- Hyatt at Olive 8, LEED Silver Certified, Seattle, Washington, USA, 2009
- Escala at 4th & Virginia, Seattle, Washington, USA, 2009
- Fujian Provincial Electric and Power Company Headquarters, Fuzhou, China, 2007
- Redmond City Hall, designed to LEED Silver standards, Redmond, Washington, USA, 2006
- Tacoma Convention Center, Tacoma, Washington, USA, 2004
- Shanghai Fudan Crown Plaza Hotel, Shanghai, China, 2005
- China Construction Bank, Xiamen, China, 2003
- Seattle Grand Hyatt Hotel, Seattle, Washington, USA, 2001
- Allison, Melissa (January 30, 2005). "Retired chief of architecture firm leaves foundation of influence". The Seattle Times. Retrieved March 3, 2013.
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