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

Presented by:

  • Samantha Barberio

  • Delaney Belfie

  • Valeria Edwards

  • Team: Bellevue College Interior Design Students

    Built Installation

    “What if structures could sing?”

    As we reflect on the idea of utilizing design to drive community, we ask: what if Seattle cultivated vibrant social ecosystems by increasing accessibility to third places? In this installation, we invite visitors to reflect on and share their third places in an environment that incorporates biophilic design to increase their health and wellbeing and connectivity to nature. A reflection on third places takes place in an open circular wire mesh structure covered in moss. Inside the structure, three wooden benches are arranged for reflection, allowing for ADA accessibility.

    Visitors can sit on the benches and reflect on the idea of third places. mulberry paper hangs from the ceiling for guests to share their third places.

     

    SUSTAINABILITY COMMITMENT
    This team is prioritizing the use of materials that can be donated to Festival partners.

    FUNDING AWARDEE
    This experience was awarded funding by the 2024 Festival Planning Team, for demonstrating alignment to Festival goals.