Monthly Archives: August 2018
Test tiles for the Market to MOHAI pedestrian trail feature quotes about the pleasures of walking in the city. Yet another reason to leave your car behind.
Temporary ‘history blades’ and sidewalk quotes hit the streets this week to test the Market to MOHAI pedestrian trail from Seattle’s Pike Place Market to the Museum of History and Industry. Find them on Bell St and Westlake Ave, then fill out the survey at MarketToMOHAI.org.
We eagerly await the opening of the new, Olson Kundig-designed Center for Wooden Boats building on Lake Union. Our donor recognition and signage will roll out this fall. Sign painter Dave Heck did a lovely job getting the logos (designed by Patricia Ackerman) onto the exterior.
Photo by Chris Burnside.
We’re celebrating the culmination of our second phase of work for Waterfront Seattle, documenting an integrated family of interpretation, wayfinding, and visual identity. Looking forward to digging into story content next!
As part of our experimentation with tactile interpretation for Waterfront Seattle, we modeled the neighborhood around Studio Matthews. Now we can feel our way to lunch within a five-block radius.