EXHIBITS

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Photo: A detail view of Robert Hutchison’s model display titled, “MEM”, at the Grand Opening of FORM, SAF’s 18th Annual model exhibit. Photo Courtesy of Weber Thompson // Leslie Riibe.

Upcoming Exhibits

BOOM: Changing Seattle

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JULY 7 – AUGUST 27, 2016
At the Center for Architecture & Design


BOOM: Changing Seattle is a tribute to places lost, preserved and desired during moments of rapid development and growth in Seattle. Four of Seattle’s rapidly transforming neighborhoods – Ballard, the Central District, South Lake Union, and SODO – ground themes of history, change, and speculations on the future of the city.

Featuring the artwork of: C Davida Ingram, Seattle in Progress, No Touching Ground, and Rodrigo Valenzuela, BOOM will also premiere new video work by Paul Komada and Inye Wokoma, new artwork by Ghosts of Seattle Past, and it will be the first exhibition of the Invisible Seattle archive.

BOOM is the first collaboratively developed exhibit produced by Design in Public and the Seattle Architecture Foundation for the Center for Architecture and Design.

Thank you to our sponsors!
Platinum Sponsors:
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If you have any questions about the exhibit please contact Aletheia Wittman, Exhibit and Public Programs Manager, or call 206-667-9184 x201.

19th Annual Architectural Model Exhibit: Opening Night Reception

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AUGUST 31, 2016 6:00-8:00 PM
At the Center for Architecture & Design


Celebrate the opening night reception for the 19th Annual Model Exhibit, [un]Restricted and get a sneak peek before it opens to the public. Mingle with industry leadership and meet the designers and architects behind the models featured in the show.
How can restrictions introduced throughout the design process be catalysts for innovation? [un]Restricted will highlight the ways local designers use creativity to navigate environmental, material, social, and economic challenges.

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Thank you to our opening night sponsors!
Platinum Sponsors:
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Gold Sponsors: AHT Insurance

If you have any questions about the exhibit please contact Aletheia Wittman, Exhibit and Public Programs Manager, or call 206-667-9184 x201.

19th Annual Architectural Model Exhibit | A program of the 2016 Seattle Design Festival

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SEPTEMBER 1 – OCTOBER 21, 2016

(un)Restricted, SAF’s 19th Annual Architectural Model Exhibit, will highlight the ways local designers use creativity to navigate environmental, material, social, and economic challenges.

Thank you to all who submitted entries to the Annual Model Exhibit! Please pay your entry fees by following the links to our online forms below:
Small Firms/Individual Practice (Less than 10 Employees)
Medium Firms (10-50 Employees)
Large Firms (+50 Employees)

2016 Exhibitors:
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson | Bosworth Hoedemaker | CallisonRTKL | DLR Group | Gelotte Hommas Architecture | Graphite Design Group | Hoshide Wanzer Architects | Rob Hutchison Architecture | Xiaoxi Jiao + Kejia Zhang | LMN Architects | Mahlum | MG2 | Miller Hull Partnership | NBBJ | Olson Kundig | Perkins + Will | Suyama Peterson Deguchi | Teleos Models | WATG URBAN | Weber Thompson | Wittman Estes Architecture + Landscape | Vandeventer + Carlander Architects | ZGF Architects LLP

Thank you to our 19th Annual Model Exhibit Sponsors!
Platinum Sponsors:

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If you have any questions about the exhibit please contact Aletheia Wittman, Exhibit and Public Programs Manager, or call 206-667-9184 x201.

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Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206.667.9184

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