Eagle Landing Hotel
J.A. Brennan developed the planting and irrigation design for a new hotel adjacent to a tribal casino. The planting design is composed primarily of plants indigenous to the Pacific Northwest, in an attempt to reflect the local character of the architecture and southwest Washington's landscape. The shaded and semi-shaded planting beds around the hotel evoke a Pacific Northwest woodland. Incense Cedars flank the building's entry and four story stone columns, while huckleberries and ferns create an evergreen understory.
Client: Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis
Location: Rochester, WA