Denny Substation To Bring Public Amenities To Seattle, Reports The Wall Street Journal
In the past, infrastructure and utility facility aesthetics were often not a priority in design considerations. As cities become denser, utility structures are expected to be better integrated into their surroundings. The Wall Street Journal explores this new trend by highlighting a few notable projects around the world, including the NBBJ-designed Denny Substation in Seattle. A substation like no other, the project will provide many neighborhood-friendly public amenities—including a dog park—when it opens next year.