Searching for the Design Soul of Seattle: A Discussion on Modernism in Seattle
February 17 @ 6:30 pm (N-building, room 201)
What makes Seattle “Seattle?” As the city has grown from a sleepy, northwest town that few knew much about to a global name that is recognized around the world, its design has been rooted in a few core ideas. Join interior designer Steve Turner for a look at Seattle’s regional modernist past, how its manifesting itself today, and what it might tell us about our city’s design future.
teve Turner is adjunct professor of Modern Architecture & Design at Bellevue College, and an interior designer in the Seattle area.
Opening Reception: Wednesday, November 19th, 5:00PM – 8:00PM at the Bellevue College Art Gallery D271. All are welcome!!
Exhibit will be held from November 19th – December 12th
Cathy Niese Briskorn – Winner – Best Non-Graduating Student
Congratulations to Bellevue College student, Cathy Niese Briskorn one of this year’s “Marked Up” winners. The event was held on May 16th at the Knoll Showroom.
You are invited: Bellevue College Department of Interior Design Senior Design Show!!
Opening Night Reception: Thursday, June 19th 2014, 5:00PM – 8:00PM at the Seattle Design Center (Atrium Building Suite 228). See flyer below for details.
Complimentary parking in the SDC parking garage is available.
All are welcome!!
Congratulations to Nesta So!
Nesta was awarded both the Graduating Student and the People’s Choice awards for her presentation, A Hotel Story: Unexpecting the Expected | The NORMAL School. at the IIDA Puget Sound Campus Center’s Marked Up Scholarship competition on May 16, 2014.
Her project, from a recently completed capstone studio, illustrates how irony activates a space to create a dialog between the space and its occupants. You can see the complete interior design project – a thought-provoking and fun concept – in the BC Library Media Center’s capstone thesis section.