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Photo: Rod Hoekstra. All imagery featured on this site is the sole copyright of the photographer and is used by permission. All site content copyright © 2019 by Seattle Architecture Foundation.
Photo: Rod Hoekstra. All imagery featured on this site is the sole copyright of the photographer and is used by permission. All site content copyright © 2019 by Seattle Architecture Foundation.

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The important work of the Seattle Architecture Foundation (SAF) relies on the generosity of its members and supporters. By supporting SAF, members receive benefits and provide a valuable resource that helps shape our community. All memberships are valid for one year from purchase date.

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We can't wait to be back in full swing with our in person programs and other fun events!

What have you been doing to stay busy these last couple months?

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Seattle is a beautiful place and has reflected and influenced numerous architectural styles over time.

Next time you're walking around the city, pay close attention to the buildings around and ... See more

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This is a picture from 1909 of the Diller Hotel. The building is still standing and located at the SE corner of First Avenue and University Street, but is now several retail stores and functions as a ... See more

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In need of a laugh? Fun Fridays with Pickle are back! Your favorite gherkin will get you smirkin.

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Look at this article by Zosha Millman about the 'Seattle style' in architecture.

http://ow.ly/1JO650AcM7V

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AIA Seattle

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Curbed asked architects who have been working at the intersection of cities and race to suggest required reading for anyone interested in defining the future of anti-racist cities. Here are their ... See more

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At SAF, we want to give a shout out to our current sponsors and say thank you.

Along with great marketing exposure that aligns with your business interests, sponsoring the Seattle Architecture ... See more

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The Curtis-inspired Native Chief Sculptures Watching Over Seattle

Learn about the terra cotta Indian chief sculptures that adorn the Cobb building.
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High above the intersection of 4th Avenue and University Street in Seattle are eight pairs of watchful eyes, peering down on a city they have overseen for more than 100 years. Most people don't know ... See more

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America’s Cities Were Designed to Oppress

"For nearly every injustice in the world, there is an architecture that has been planned and designed to perpetuate it."

http://ow.ly/41Vw50AcPv6

Architects and planners have an obligation to protect health, safety and welfare through the spaces we design. As the George Floyd protests reveal, we’ve failed.

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Join local author and naturalist David B. Williams on this virtual walk through Seattle’s central business district to see a menagerie of beasts fabled, fantastic, and fierce, including lions, ... See more

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