One of the great privileges we have as architects in the Seattle area is the opportunity to team up with other design and building professionals to celebrate creativity and community. Recently, one of those opportunities came at Bark Art.
Each year, Luxe hosts Bark Art–a charity event that brings home design experts together in support of the Assistance League of Seattle’s Operation School Bell program. We relish the chance to partner with our colleagues for an evening of creative fun and collaboration.
Throughout the evening, each team of artist, architect, builder, and designer collaborates to create a canine-inspired painting. The artist leads the design team in composing the portrait, and the other team members contribute their own flourishes along the way.
Our own intrepid Scott Hommas led our team in the making of a masterpiece. Fellow principal architect Eric Drivdahl and Scott’s son Jason also contributed to the rock ’n’ roll canine portrait, alongside a few of our favorite design and build colleagues.
We’re grateful for a network of talented architects, designers, and builders with whom we can work and celebrate. And thank you, Luxe, for hosting this event. We so enjoyed joining with fellow home design experts and exercising our creative gifts under Scott’s guidance. We walked away with renewed vigor for designing artful custom homes.
This is the art of architecture.