Arlington Boulevard Part 3: Completion

Arlington Boulevard, represents two important developments for Vicki Scuri SiteWorks. First, the concrete, as discussed in Part 1, manifests the culmination of the process used for creating patterned 3D relief for walls and… Continue reading

Arlington Boulevard Part 2: Metal Grills

Arlington Boulevard, one of our best loved projects, demonstrates the power of our design process in creating successful solutions for communities. The project started in 2004 and took a decade to complete. During… Continue reading

Arlington Boulevard Part 1: Concrete Patterning

The development of a richly textured pattern relief surface is a hallmark of our work. This is exemplified by our Arlington Boulevard project in Virginia. The patterning was inspired by the native Redbud… Continue reading

South Bellevue Station: Final Designs

The South Bellevue Station’s Public Art Enhancements include a pattern strip on the facade of the guideway acoustic panels and large graphic images wrapping the columns below the platform. The imagery for these… Continue reading

South Bellevue Station: Acoustic Panel Colors

The South Bellevue Station’s largest art statement is the six-foot tall acoustic barrier along the guideway. This barrier is several hundred feet long and helps mitigate the sound of the trains. It is… Continue reading

South Bellevue Station: Acoustic Panel Prototypes

The acoustic panels for the sound barrier along the guideway of the South Bellevue Station are clad in an aesthetic treatment that uses color and pattern to create a sophisticated gesture in the site.… Continue reading

South Bellevue Station: Column Wrap Imagery

As an elevated platform, the South Bellevue Station, sits on several twenty-foot tall columns. The pedestrian experience under the platform is dominated by these massive columns. In order to add a sense of… Continue reading

South Bellevue Station: Site Inspiration

The South Bellevue Station is part of Sound Transit’s East Link Light Rail Extension. This line starts in Seattle, crosses Lake Washington, turns north through Bellevue, ending in Redmond, home of the headquarters of Microsoft. This corridor… Continue reading

Part 3: Kellogg: Greenwich Design Development

This last post in our series documenting the design process of our Kellogg project, see Part 1 and Part 2, deals with the design development for Greenwich Bridge. The initial design for Greenwich… Continue reading