UPDATE: Seattle Architect Foundation exhibit to feature Gelotte Hommas

The Seattle Architecture Foundation is hosting their 14th Annual Architecture Model Exhibit, where Gelotte Hommas will be one of the featured exhibits.

"An Imagined History"

We are particularly excited to showcase this particular project as there could not be a better fit for the SAF theme this year of  “Transitions: Transforming Place, Process, and Practice”.
The event outlines what all this entails in their description:

Place: The work shown plays a role in the transition of place. These projects both shape and are shaped by their given context.
Process: The models shown fit into the architectural design process and tell a bigger story about design and the transitions throughout a project’s life that shape its final form.
Practice: The architecture industry has constantly reinvented itself in response to technology, economic realities and new movements. Old ideas are constantly challenged and new ideas are developed and tested.

We don’t want to give away too much, but we will say that this is truly a unique project with numerous interesting aspects and we are very excited to be sharing it with all of you. The exhibit’s Opening Reception is June 17th; you can purchase tickets now. The exhibit will be open from June 21st – 24th at Pacific Place in Seattle. We will see you there!