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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.

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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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3 weeks ago
BlkFreedom | Juneteenth Virtual Celebration

Celebrate Juneteenth virtually with these 6 museums!
https://www.blkfreedom.org

This June 19th, 6 Black museums across the United States join forces to commemorate & celebrate #BlkFreedom.

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9 skyscrapers under construction in and around downtown Seattle

Seattle is constantly changing and growing. Check out these skyscrapers under construction in and around downtown Seattle!

http://ow.ly/vci050A6D3W

Projects transforming the downtown skyline

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We had a great time last weekend running our FIRST virtual Youth Workshop! Schemata Workshop led participants through an exploration of space as they created 3D representations of rooms in their ... See more

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We are surely missing our tours, but promise to get them back up and running as soon as possible compliant with CDC guidelines. Visit our website and follow our social media accounts to stay up to ... See more

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Timeline Photos

Look at this beautiful structure called the Corona Building located mid-block on Second Avenue in Seattle, WA. It was built in 1903 and designed by Bebb and Mendel. Provided is a link that has more ... See more

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Have we mentioned our webinar today is FREE? Hurry and sign up for our Design In Depth: Growth for Communities, Not as Commodities event from 5:30-7pm tonight!

http://ow.ly/1Ejb50zskoC

Pic: Alicia ... See more

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Segregated Seattle: Home - Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project

Find out if your deed is racially restrictive?
For ex. many Queen Anne deeds include the clause: "No person of Asiatic, African or Negro blood, lineage, or extraction shall be permitted to occupy a ... See more

For most of its history Seattle was a segregated city, as committed to white supremacy as any location in America. People of color were excluded from most jobs, most neighborhoods and schools, and ... See more

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20 iconic Seattle buildings

Check out these 22 iconic buildings that "define Seattle in one way or another."

http://ow.ly/QdMG50zUB28

From the Suzzallo Library to Hat ‘n’ Boots, these buildings all have something to say about Seattle.

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What if we could build a new Seattle neighborhood from scratch? Join our webinar with Rick Mohler and his UW students about their vision of what a new Seattle neighborhood might look ... See more

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A Short History of Housing Segregation in America

Learn about the history of redlining and housing segregation in the US with this roundup of informative links frm @jkottke

http://ow.ly/otKo50A4vUo

In this video for NPR, Gene Demby summarizes the history of housing segregation in America and how it's a factor for current dif

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