2016 Experience Seattle

Imagine Displays

Imagine Displays is the West Coast Master Distributor for REXframe. REXframe is a reusable fabric frame system that has moved into the U.S. marketplace in recent years. Their focus is on industries such as trade shows, point of purchase, retail sign and window display and the TV and movie industry.

Stefan Hofmann

Stefan Hofmann is a member of Electric Coffin, a studio in Seattle, Washington. 

Electric Coffin is a process-driven studio, coming from a long lineage of high craftsmanship and material-based making. The conceptual narrative defines each project and how the team moves through it. They generally work with architects and developers to create new spaces or to develop fine art installations on large-scale projects. 

Image of Stefan Hofmann, Electric Coffin
Electric Coffin
Seattle,WA

Justin Kane Elder

Justin Kane Elder is a Seattle, Washington based artist.

Justin Kane Elder was born in 1978 and studied at Cornish College of the Arts, earning a BFA in 2002 with an emphasis on painting and sculpture, and is a founding member of the artist group Electric Coffin.

Photograph of Justin Kane Elder, Electric Coffin
Justin Kane Elder Painting
Electric Coffin
Seattle, WA

James Tichenor

James Tichenor is a maker, designer and educator who has been working at the intersection of design and technology for the past 15 years. He graduated from NJIT with a Bachelor of Architecture in 1999 and worked in the field of architecture for 3 years before returning to school to get a Masters of Science in Design and Computation from MIT and a degree in Interaction Design from the Institute of Interaction Design Ivrea in Italy.

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Microsoft
Seattle, WA

Joshua Walton

Joshua Walton has spent his career blurring the lines between the physical and digital. Prior to his role as Design Architect for Microsoft Hololens and Windows Holographic, he co-founded the LAB at the Rockwell Group in 2008, an interactive architecture group. His early work focused on design and computation, culminating in the entry installation for the 2008 Venice Biennale. This work was his transition to the creation of interactive spaces and platforms, including the Canne award winning west lobby installation at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

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Microsoft
Seattle, WA

ARCADE

ARCADE is a Seattle-based nonprofit that creates opportunities — in print, in the community and online — for sharing ideas about design, culture and the built environment. We publish a magazine, host events and provide a curated calendar of Northwest design and art happenings.

Identity Group

At Identity Group, we believe the right signs not only will complete your project, they can perfect it. That’s why we dedicate our 240,000-square-foot manufacturing craftsmanship in facilities throughout the U.S., as well as our tireless customer service efforts, to ensuring the vision for your building design is realized.

Nils Wiberg

Nils Wiberg is an Interactive Artist and Interaction Designer from Sweden based in Iceland who holds a Masters degree in Human Computer Interaction and a Master degree in Cognitive Science.

Nils Wiberg's design work focuses on bringing Tangible Computing to the realm of exhibition design. As an Interaction Designer he specializes in the creation of immersive experiences where people reach insight through an unconscious process of intuition which leads to an insight. In this he strives to poeticize the distance between man and technology.

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Gagarin
Reykjavík, Iceland

PJ Wilcynski

PJ Wilcynski has been working with Boeing for 36 years, the last 16 of which he has been part of the Product Development team.  During that time, including 22 years in management, PJ Wilcynski has been actively engaged in all levels of passenger cabin design, from airplane level configuration development to feature strategy and detailed design efforts. Mr Wilcynski has supported or consulted on all models, including 10 years in the development of the 787.

 

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Boeing
Seattle, WA

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