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

Broadview Presentation: Green Streets for Communities

On September 15th, I presented examples of green infrastructure, rain harvesting and complete streets to the Broadview Community Council. The Community is facing a major sewer line and drainage project in their neighbor,… Continue reading

Part 2: Kellogg: Webb Road Redesign

Part 1 of this series on our Kellogg project, in Wichita, KS, explained the initial conceptual design inspirations for the project and demonstrated how these inspirations influenced our primary design work. After these… Continue reading

Part I: Kellogg: Initial Design Inspirations

Our Kellogg project, in Wichita KS, will soon begin construction. The concepts presented in this blog document our initial work. The project started in 2007 and has changed significantly over those eight years.… Continue reading

Part III: Airway Final Work Winter 2014

Airway marks the gateway to the El Paso International Airport and Downtown. It is inspired by images of flight, native plants and the industrial/commercial site which is rapidly becoming a destination for travelers.… Continue reading