Seattle SEGD Global Design Awards

The Center for Wooden Boats
02/21/2021

The Center for Wooden Boats has been a beloved gathering place on Seattle’s Lake Union since 1976.

Denny Substation
02/18/2021

Substations are critical to a city’s power supply, but they are often eyesores.

F5 Tower
12/20/2020

The F5 Tower is the new headquarters for F5 Networks, a savvy tech firm with a quirky personality. The 28-floor tenant space is located in downtown Seattle, the center of a booming tech ecosystem.

Make Some Room – Unconscious Bias Workshop
04/02/2020

Despite a growing movement for corporate diversity and bias trainings, many employees still experience the dehumanizing and daily impacts of bias and discrimination.

Design with the 90%
04/02/2019

This exhibition celebrates design as a process, a way of thinking, and an approach to solving a problem—and the important role design can play in addressing critical human problems.

Understory at Amazon Spheres
08/06/2018

The Spheres is the latest addition to Amazon’s downtown Seattle headquarters, and offers employees a work environment shared with over 40,000 plants, bringing them closer to nature as they work.

Living Computers: Museum + Labs
08/06/2018

Living Computers: Museum + Labs, established by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, not only preserves and displays working vintage computers, it also aims to make technology fun and accessible to the

07/30/2018

Contours is a site-specific light installation sitting at the heart of Tableau Software’s new Seattle HQ, exploring themes of nature and discovery in a nod to the data visualization techniques Tabl

Allen Institute for Brain Science
04/03/2018

The theme of “connection” is the foundation of the graphics program at the Allen Institute for Brain Science.

Bill & Melinda Gates Discovery Center
04/03/2018

"How can each of us make a difference?" That's the question asked by the Bill and Melinda Gates Discovery Center.

Fred Hutch Visitor Center
04/14/2017

This first-ever visitor center for the globally-recognized Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center was carved out of a defunct, 550-square-foot credit union space on the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Resea

An interactive waste system with three receptacles (for compost, recycle and landfill) each of which is connected to a digital scale, microcomputer and digital screen.
03/26/2017

The Smart Bins installation explains why it's important to sort waste and recycling correctly.

Map The Square
02/28/2017

Pioneer Square is home to stark contrasts.

Forage
02/28/2017

Forage is date night crafted.

Allen Institute for Brain Science
02/28/2017

Focusing on the many layers of “connection” our minds make on a daily basis, the Allen Institute for Brain Science’s environmental graphics program reflects the organization’s collaborative approac

SkyPad™ Interactive Wall
06/06/2015

SkyPad is a new interactive experience at Seattle's Space Needle that blends design and technology to give visitors both the inspiration and ability to share memories and build new experiences together in one of the world’s most iconic towers.

Seattle Children’s Hospital Art and Wayfinding Program
06/06/2015

The Seattle Children’s Hospital wayfinding and graphics program eases navigation through a growing campus while offering an ongoing source of serenity and imagination.

Seattle Children's Research Institute Neighborhood Visibility
05/29/2014

At Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI), hundreds of world-class scientists and researchers are investigating new treatments and seeking cures for childhood diseases.

Northgate North, wpa
11/03/2013

This vertical big box shopping complex includes four stories of big box retail and eight stories of parking – creating a number of challenges.

Explore Gallery, Bellevue Art Museum, West Office Exhibition Design
10/29/2013

Designed to provide visitors of all ages with tools to assist them in understanding the design process of the building's architect, this exhibit space was conceived as an alternative

Northwest Museum, Eastern Washington Historical Society, Mayer/Reed
10/29/2013

Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture Donor Recognition

PCC Natural Markets, Puget Consumers Co-op, Maestri
10/19/2013

PCC Natural Markets have grown organically over 50 years into seven urban neighborhood stores.

The Jack, Will & Rob Center, The Felt Hat
10/16/2013

The Jack, Will & Rob Center was built to commemorate the lives of three young brothers who perished in an airplane crash on Thanksgiving 1999.

Change Elevators, University of Washington, University of Washington School of Art, Division of Design
10/04/2013

This installation is a unique collaboration between art and business—two distinctly contrasting disciplines at the University of Washington.

VeloCity, University of Washington, Erin Williams
10/01/2013

VeloCity is a comprehensive system for helping convey information about bicycling resources to potential riders.

Federal Center South, U.S. General Services Administration, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Studio SC
09/26/2013

To most residents of the Pacific Northwest, rivers and waterways are simply part of the fabric of the region—so omnipresent that their value and contributions to the region’s economic framework are

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center, Olson Kundig Architects, Studio Matthews
09/26/2013

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center exhibition explains how and why the foundation was founded, and describes its work around the globe.

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center
09/24/2013

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center exhibition explains how and why the foundation was founded, and describes its work around the globe.

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