AIA Smart Seawalls Exhibit extended until June 2nd

18 05 2010

Come on by anytime Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm or let me know if you want a private tour. 

Smart Seawalls: A Travel Study on the future of the Seattle seawall  

AIA Seattle…..1911 1st Avenue  

As Seattle redesigns its waterfront in the coming post-viaduct era, one of the most important questions facing the city is how the crumbling seawall will be rebuilt

Local architectural designer Cristina Bump was the 2009 recipient of the AIA Emerging Professional Travel Scholarship for her proposal to study innovative seawall designs in Australia and Canada

After her travels abroad, she returns to document her findings through a model, video, and print exhibition. Of special interest will be large-scale physical models of the different ‘smart’ seawalls studied and how they could be applied to Seattle’s habitat, ecosystem, and tidal patterns 




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