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On the Radar

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 03, 2014 01:03 AM
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by Build LLC last modified Dec 02, 2014

BUILD shares the blips off their fall/winter radar.




As is usually the case, the fall months winding down to year’s end always seem to rush by. We’ve been juggling a new wave of projects, but staying balanced with some serious design inspiration both online and out in the world. Here’s our roundup of the past half-year, let us know if we’ve missed any must-sees and must-dos in the comments below.

Behind the scenes with Olafur Eliasson.
[Image Source: New York Times]

Simple, modern products coming from the folks at Workstead.
[Image Source: Workstead]

Container ships are no stranger in the waterways around Seattle. But the latest, largest to hit the international seas is something to behold. Introducing the Triple-E Mary Maersk.
[Image Source: New York Times]

While we’re on the topic of ships and superlatives, the city-sized FLNG Prelude is “the largest floating facility ever built.” The photo alone is dizzying.

[Image Source:Jon Huang for the New York Times]

Red-hot modernism coming out of Norway by Jarmund Visgsnaes AS that should be on everyone’s radar.
-thanks to Carey
[Image Source: JVA]

Lorcan O’Herlihy’s multi-family projects provide some solid inspiration, especially in these housing construction boom times in Seattle.
[Image Source: Architectural Record]

The New York Times features warm modernism in the Hamptons.
[Image Source: New York Times]

Modest and Modern: House Husaro
[Image Source: This is Paper]

We love pleasant surprises, and bumping into the Capitol Hill House by SHED was a refreshing dose of clean, modern design.
[Image Source: Shed]

Little Free Libraries have been popping up in every neighborhood of Seattle. This fall, Seattle Design Festival held a competition for LFL prototypes as part of their programs, including this attach-anywhere concept by Integrus Architecture.
-thanks to TJ
[Image Source: TJ Hoving]

Ever wonder how marble is harvested? Let your curiosity be sated today.
-thanks to Charles

[Media Source: Nowness]

One of the more unique takes on museum curation is happening at the Frye Museum: Social Medium.
[Image Source: Frye Museum]

The Seattle Art Museum’s been upping its game with some fantastic exhibits in the past year. Currently showing Pop Departures and City Dwellers. Open late for art walk on Thursday this week, fyi.
[Image Source: Seattle Art Museum]

The Henry Art Gallery is currently exhibiting Ann Hamilton’s the common S E N S E. Go before it’s gone.
[Image Source: Henry Art Gallery]

BUILD interviews multi-disciplinary design powerhouse AvroKO for ARCADE Magazine.
-thanks to ARCADE
[Image Source: AvroKO]

An info-graphic mapping of the Modern Manifesto. And supplementary blog post, for extra credit.
-thanks to ARCADE
[Image Source: ARCADE]

And speaking of ARCADE, their next launch is coming up on December 12th. Mark your calendars for this year-end celebration, magazine launch, and silent-auction.
-thanks to ARCADE
[Image Source: ARCADE]

A welcome add to the built environment here in Seattle: 12th Avenue Arts building on Capitol Hill’s growing (you guessed it) 12th Avenue. It’s gotten plenty of press coverage already, along with a grand opening party last month. More public events and tours to come, we hear.
[Image Source: Alex Garland for Capitol Hill Seattle]

For our kindred construction nerds out there, we suggest you follow @mycranelife.
-thanks to Sandy
[Image Source: @mycranelife]

Subscription boxes are ubiquitous these days. Which means, there’s something out there for everyone, particularly those who appreciate great design. Check out the design-centric care packages from skandicrush, perfect timing for these gift-giving days.
[Image Source: skandicrush]

This past weekend marked the start of the official holiday shopping season. Need a gift for your design-y loved ones? Check out the BUILD-approved gift guides from holidays past.

An exceptional program for the design-minded. Get your eyes and ears on 99% Invisible, if you haven’t already. Namely the episode on Thomassons and the design of Portland’s flag.
[Image Source: 99% Invisible]

The High Line NYC is complete! Check it out back in the day, as well.
[Image Source: New York Times]

Seattle’s skyscraper boom, data visualized.
-thanks to Seattle Transit Blog
[Image Source: Seattle Transit Blog]

Our friends at Gray Magazine have compiled a concise city guide for the Northwest designer-traveler.
-thanks to Gray
[Image Source: Gray Magazine]

Cheers from Team BUILD




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