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2 months ago

Spots still available for our Sketch Picnic at the Quad | Design Soiree, a lesson in sketching and architectural history paired with a picnic!

'Al Hambra' by Jim Goodspeed

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2 months ago
Photos from Seattle Architecture Foundation's post

Following the horrors of World War I, architects began fusing modern structural advances with beautiful, lively, organic designs to create the style known as Art Deco.

Learn More on our Art Deco ... See more

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2 months ago

Though school may be out of session for the summer, Jim Goodspeed will be offering some sketching instruction at the University of Washington campus for Sketch Picnic at the Quad | Design Soiree. Bag ... See more

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2 months ago

No urban walk is complete without a closer look at the small details that architects, designers and clients utilize to personalize their work. Design Details Tour | Lions, Griffins & Walruses, Oh My! ... See more

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2 months ago

If you can't make it to today's Greatest Hits: Chart Toppers and Heart-Stoppers tour, there's always next week on June 1st!

Tickets: http://bit.ly/30wA8QM
Event: http://bit.ly/GHEvent

Photo: Dylan ... See more

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2 months ago
Amazing Bionic Research Pavilion Explores the Sand Dollar's Skeleton Morphology

On International Turtle day we salute architects that draw inspiration from those amazing shelled reptiles.

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2 months ago
Timeline Photos

Tonight @ 5:30, and up through the week the ‘Embrace the Rain’ pop-up-exhibit will be on display. Here’s a work by participating Designer Story Architecture:

“Rain garden, flooded. Excited ... See more

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3 months ago
I.M. Pei passes away at 102

World renowned architect I.M. Pei passed away today at the age of 102 leaving behind a legacy of more than 70 structures, including museums, corporate towers, hotels and libraries.

Pioneering architect I.M. Pei has passed away at 102, after a storied career designing modern buildings all over the world, as well as a Pritzker Prize.

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3 months ago

Plenty of tickets still available for our Greatest Hit Tours this weekend! A downtown tour that offers insights into Seattle's older, and more recent Urban Identity.

Tickets: ... See more

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3 months ago
Photos from Seattle Architecture Foundation's post

Jim Graham shared the history of the original structure, which began construction in the 1930’s, and was remodeled beginning in 2002 to include an added upward volume, ending in a rooftop deck with ... See more

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