As a part of this year's Seattle Design Festival, framed spaces is an exhibit in both our storefront and office space that celebrates the power of creating community spaces, and how these spaces serve their communities at various scales.
Please join us for our exhibit opening as we kick start this year's Seattle Design Festival!
Friday, Sept. 8th
5:30 - 7:30pm
610 2nd Ave, 98104
Wine and cheese will be bountiful! Hope to see you there!
We will explore two unique examples of community space in Seattle: the Olympic Sculpture Park and the Beacon Food Forest through the lens of both aerial and ground perspectives, as a way of framing how design, nature, and communities are interconnected.
The exhibit compares an intentionally designed space created for the community, with a space the community actively created for itself. While the sizes of the Olympic Sculpture Park and Beacon Food Forest are significantly different, there is power in how each interact with the community. One provides a unique way to experience art outdoors and much needed green space in Downtown, while the other provides public access to organic produce and education on permaculture and stewardship.
We encourage you, as the viewer, to explore these aerial photos and search for similarities and differences at each scale.
How are the spaces designed for the community?
What can each learn from the other about empowering the community?