Stillaguamish Administration Building | Arlington WA

Stonewood Stillagaumish Inset

Project Details

Over 500 Stonewood Architectural Panels adorn the Stillaguamish Administration Building in Arlington, WA.

Built by the architectural firm Womer & Associates, the building was designed to resemble a canoe, with various natural textures and indigenous elements utilized throughout the complex. Architects chose Stonewood Panels in a warm woodgrain to complement the hues of the surrounding landscape, as well as the raw materials that accent the building’s interior.

The $13.8 million administration center is built on tribal trust land adjacent to the Stillaguamish Reservation, and will bring together previously scattered departments.

Panel Overview

Application Exterior
Building Type Commercial
Design Woodgrain
Fasteners Concealed


Todd Johnson
Façades Northwest
2508 Wedgewood Court SE
Olympia, WA 98501

Contractor / Installer

Axiom Construction & Consulting LLC
Lynden, WA