AE helping Filson create a new space.
More photos and videos coming soon!
AE builds a one-of-a-kind staircase for a one of a kind winery!
Weighing in at a whopping 14,000 lbs, building this was quite the task.
But as always with a little blood sweat and tears, it came to life.
Enough from us… let's let the video do the talking.
A Big Thank You
It was a true honor for Architectural Elements to have the opportunity to help welcome Charles Smith & Charles Smith Wines west of the mountains.
A big thanks goes out to Olson Kundig Architects & Foushee Construction for allowing us to build this one-of-a kind staircase among many other beautful elements at the winery. We are truly grateful and humbled by such an honor.
"I love the staircase, it really makes a statement right when you walk in the front door" - Charles Smith (Owner of Charles Smith Wines)
Located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle, this expansive, one-of-a-kind winery occupies the space that was formerly a Dr. Pepper bottling plant. Guests are invited to experience Charles Smith's wines while listening to music and enjoying a view of the main runways of Boeing Field along with the iconic profile of Washington's Mount Rainier. Charles Smith Wines Jet City features two tasting rooms: the main floor is designed with a rustic Northwest feel, and the larger upstairs space exudes an early 60's vibe, with a nod to the aviation industry.
Charles Smith Wines Jet City
1136 S Albro Place
Seattle, WA 98108
Greg hard at work!
The S-Bench was designed by Emma Nestvold a senior student at Western Washington University in collaberation with Architectural Elements.
The S-Bench will be a new fixture within the landscape design & architectural community. We are excited that her design has now become a reality.
Urban Hardwoods newly designed end tables.
Make sure you visit www.UrbanHardwoods.com
AE Builds some custom rolling planter boxes.
( Design Credit Forseer )
Our team hard at work on some balcony pannels.
Architectural Elements builds Jacob Dahlgrens artistic vision.
(Couresty of the Bellingham Herald)
A new sculpture by a Swedish artist was installed Tuesday, June 23, in Barkley Village.
Jacob Dahlgren’s Constructing a New World was commissioned by the Barkley Company and the Talbot family. The artwork is for everyone to see at the northeast corner of Barkley Boulevard and Newmarket Street.
Dahlgren, who lives and works in Stockholm, is in Bellingham conducting a series of workshops before a performance Saturday, June 27, that features people carrying placards and paintings with abstract motifs based on the work of Swedish painter Olle Baertling.
Free workshops to make the placards and paintings are 10 a.m. to noon and 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 24, at Allied Arts of Whatcom County, 1418 Cornwall Ave.; 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 25, at the Whatcom Museum’s Lightcatcher, +WAfirstname.lastname@example.org,-122.4790242,17z/data=%213m1%214b1%214m2%213m1%211s0x5485a3bd30ec9d8f:0xdca3d577639b942e" target="_blank" title="">250 Flora St.; and 3 to 5 p.m. Friday, June 26, at Make.Shift Art Space, 306 Flora St.
People who want to participate in the walk/performance art, called “Demonstration,” should meet at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Lightcatcher. The walk starts there at 11 a.m. and lasts 60 to 90 minutes, ending where it started.
“Demonstration” has been performed since 2009; learn more at metaarte.net/dahlgren-demonstration-bellingham.