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10:00AM - 7:00PM
Lake Union Park, 860 Terry Avenue N, Seattle WA 98109
This event is free

Presented by:

  • UW Architecture

  • Team: Tyler Sprague (UW Department of Architecture), Shannon Andino, Jonathan Bechtol, Felipe Cruz, Hajan Dunham, Siqing Han, Jahnvi Shah, Anthony Stoyanov, Zoe Willig (students)

    Built Installation

    RE-Material, RE-Structure is an exploration of an architecture from re-newable resources, or re-purposed/ re-newed materials.

    New materials in buildings require extensive resource extraction, processing and transportation, while large amounts of construction waste continue to go to landfills. This installation, titled ‘RE-structure, RE-material’ utilizes only locally-sourced re-newable resources (grown, compostable), or re-purposed (second-life) materials in the creation of a dynamic architectural space.

    The triangular panels showcase an approach to this challenge, utilizing plant-based (organic) materials – from cedar shingles, to mushrooms, to natural fabrics, and wood fiber – while creating an inviting architectural experience.

     

    SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTMENT
    This team is committing to reusing materials from this experience in their own future work.