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Fabrication Story: 37 Floors of Fun

Fabrication Story: 37 Floors of Fun

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Workplaces in the tech space are often showcases for playful one-of-a-kind placemaking installations that encourage recruitment and employee participation. With art walls made from hundreds of Rubik’s Cubes, light switches and more, “Block 20” (Seattle) is a prime example of what can result from creative collaborations between designers and fabricators CRĒO Industrial Arts, IA Interior Architects and NBBJ.

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As told by CRĒO’s Kyle Ottosen:

Sam Stubblefield

Samuel Stubblefield is a designer interested in how art, architecture, and digital technology influence culture. Encouraging abstract thinking and experience design methods within design teams, Sam Stubblefield has successfully developed and executed several permanent exhibits, environmental graphic design programs, didactic spaces and immersive environments. He's also woven film, sound and mixed media into a number of architectural projects.

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Seattle

Seattle Children's Research Institute

Honor Award 2014
Seattle Children's Research Institute Neighborhood Visibility

At Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI), hundreds of world-class scientists and researchers are investigating new treatments and seeking cures for childhood diseases. Yet the public is mostly unaware of their presence in downtown Seattle. For years, SCRI has tried to increase the visibility of their building's storefront, which spans more than half a block. SCRI has employed traditional solutions such as posters and window graphics, but despite these attempts, the streetscape remained dark and lifeless. A different approach was needed.

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