EXHIBITS

2016 SAF Model Exhibit

Trevor Dykstra, 2016 SAF Model Exhibit

A Night with Project Feast: Transformative Tales and Tastes

February 20, 6:00 – 7:30 PM
At the Center for Architecture and Design


Come join us for a culinary event with Project Feast, a nonprofit social enterprise providing training and pathways to jobs in the food industry for refugees and immigrants. At Project Feast, food brings people together, transforms lives, and fosters mutual understanding across diverse cultures. The organization was founded on the belief that immigrants and refugees possess incomparable wisdom, skills, and knowledge to contribute to our communities. Hear about their work in Kent, hear their stories and learn a new dish as you sample appetizers from their Ubuntu Street Café.

Participants:
Veena Prasad, Project Feast Founder & Executive Director
Maha Hassen, Alumna, Project Feast Kitchen Assistant
Ofelia Anorve, Alumna, Owner Mamá Tila Catering

This program is held in conjunction with the AIA Seattle Exhibit Sanctuary: Design For Belonging, which runs through February 23 at the Center for Architecture and Design.

Recent Exhibit

The 21st Annual Model Exhibit: Transparency

On display August 30 – November 24, 2018
At the Center for Architecture and Design


For 21 years the Seattle Architecture Foundation has hosted the Architectural Model Exhibit, an opportunity for local architects and designers to connect and share their work with the Seattle community.

A healthy and productive civic society rests on a foundation of trust and openness among citizens, government, and private organizations. As our news and conversations are filled with suspicions and conspiracy, and as we live through massive demographic changes in our cities due to gentrification, immigration, aging, and displacement, how can the work of architects and designers unite our communities for the better in the midst of civic upheaval? This year’s theme – Transparency – encourages entrants to explore the rich interplay between architectural design and civic life.

Exhibitors include:
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson | BUILD LLC | CallisonRTKL | DLR Group | Goodspeed Architecture & Hewitt | Hoedemaker Pfeiffer | Mithun | Mutuus Studio | NBBJ | Olson Kundig | Public 47 | Sawhorse Revolution | Schemata Workshop | Signal Architecture & Research | Weber Thompson | ZGF Architects LLP

Thank you to our Platinum Exhibit Sponsors:



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