UW students selected for SAF Model Exhibit
Seattle Architecture Foundation’s yearly exhibit hosts over 65 physical models, renderings and digital model imagery from local firms, individuals and students. The exhibit is free and open to the public. Our 2011 exhibit runs June 21 – July 24.
2011 Theme Statement
Architectural projects exist in a world of transition. The projects exhibited represent the transformation of place, process and practice that embody the architecture profession. Our 2011 exhibit will illustrate these ideas of transition.
Place: The work shown plays a role in the transition of place. These projects both shape and are shaped by their given context.
Process: The models shown fit into the architectural design process and tell a bigger story about design and the transitions throughout a project’s life that shape its final form.
Practice: The architecture industry has constantly reinvented itself in response to technology, economic realities and new movements. Old ideas are constantly challenged and new ideas are developed and tested.
To learn more about this exhibit contact Tracy Vicory-Rosenquest, Program Director at 206-667-9184.
There are over 65 models in this year’s show — 10 of which are from UW Architecture student projects.
1. Jesse Kingsley
2. Elisa Renouard
3. Lauren Rock
4. AJ Taaca
5. Andy Brown/Jonathan French/Ryan Heltzel-Drake/Rob Potish
1. Rachelle Byarley
2. Parisa Mardmehdiabadi
3. Gawon Shin
4. Karen Tse
5. Lance Smith