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OUR STAFF

Stacy Segal

Executive Director

Stacy oversees operations of the Seattle Architecture Foundation (SAF) which includes working alongside hundreds of dedicated volunteers to deliver relevant educational programming to the general public. Stacy directly supports our Tour Program and Design in Depth lecture series. In addition, Stacy leads fundraising, communications and marketing efforts for the organization.

Stacy has more than 15 years of experience in the non-profit sector, including working at the YMCA of Greater Seattle where she led a major $5.2 million capital campaign and four years of annual campaigns. Prior to moving to Seattle, she lived in Chicago taking on all aspects of development and outreach for various social service organizations.

While in Chicago, Stacy developed an interest in architecture and design, living among skyscrapers and buildings designed by the likes of Wright & Sullivan. This interest was sparked by her husband, who is an architect, and has led to her traveling to a variety of landmark buildings throughout the U.S. and Europe.

Stacy’s background reflects SAF’s target population, the general public, which helps ensure that SAF’s programs are accessible to this audience – a primary goal of the organization.

For more information, contact Stacy at stacy@seattlearchitecture.org or 206-667-9184

Kim Owens

Program Director for Youth, Family and Community programs

Kim Owens joins the Seattle Architecture Foundation team as Program Director. She is excited to continue the Foundation’s legacy of quality youth and family programs and the Annual Architectural Model Exhibit as well as creating new opportunities for education and inspiration. Before joining the SAF team, Kim worked as the Public Engagement Coordinator at the Renton History Museum where she scheduled public programs, managed volunteers, and developed curriculum. Kim also has experience in cultural resource management and historic preservation. She has an MA in Museology from the University of Washington where her work focused on archaeology, local history and exhibit design.

Email: kim@seattlearchitecture.org or call 206-667-9184

Taylor Ryan

Communications and Administrative Assistant

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As Communications and Administrative Assistant at SAF Taylor manages communications, marketing and administrative duties. Before joining SAF she worked and volunteered at a variety of other non-profits including The Living Computer Museum, The Wallingford Neighborhood Association and the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington. Her interests include community building and inclusive, functional design.

Email: taylor@seattlearchitecture.org or call 206-667-9184

ADDRESS

Center for Architecture and Design
1010 Western Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206.667.9184

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We'd like to say THANK YOU to Integrus Architecture for hosting this month's Youth Workshop, Space Architecture. The next generation of architects and engineers came up with some amazing designs.

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Board & Vellum, have created a backyard reading retreat that's surrounded by outdoor seating, a firepit, a hot tub, and a new backyard shed.

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Far from being homogenous glass cubes, Modernist homes vary widely, reflecting regional landscapes, climates and lifestyles.

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Let us take you on a journey into history, embark on the Diamonds & Gold walking tour and discover all of the Art Deco beauty that Seattle's Buildings have to show you.

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Thanks to all of our supporters who have made contributions this year. We are looking forward to connecting even more people with Seattle's architecture, design and history in 2019! ... See more

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The World's Best Architectural Photograph of the Year announced at WAF 2018

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Polish photographer Pawel Paniczko has taken top honors winning the overall architectural photography prize at this year’s World Architecture Festival. His photograph of Long Museum West Bund, ... See more

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