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SZ: On the Boards  |  May/June 2019

SZ: On the Boards | May/June 2019

In this issue, we present the design of a biotech company, Nortis, Inc.; present a time-lapse video of Stazione25; announce the art opening of Kosta Kulundzic's Tropic Iconic collection; offer an artist's insights in a Q&A with Kosta, himself; and share reflections of Hudson Yards & Highline in NYC.

Be sure to stop by the SZ Gallery on Friday, June 7th for our First Friday Art & Wine Reception from 5 - 8 pm. Click here to RSVP.  

DESIGN
Nortis is a biotech company with locations in Seattle and Woodinville, WA. Founded by former UW faculty and spun-out in 2011, Nortis has developed technologies for generating small segments of human tissues and organs in microfluidic chips for the in vitro study of human health and disease.Our ultimate goal was to get into the mindset of the Nortis culture & brand. From there, we found our springboard into strategic and design solutions. Read more.
BUILD
Stazione25 is a two-building, 301-unit development adjacent to the Mount Baker light rail station in Seattle, WA. We hope you enjoy this recent time lapse video of it being constructed from the ground up! Read more.
ART
Please join us at SZ Gallery on Friday, June 7th for our First Friday Art & Wine Reception from 5 - 8 pm.  Enjoy complimentary refreshments and seasonal bites alongside the wondrous yet wild imagery of Kosta Kulundzic. Read more.
MEET KOSTA

Kosta Kulundzic is a French artist of Serbian ancestry, born in Paris in 1972. With a fastidious attention to detail he renders light and flesh to celebrate the beauty and grace of youth under the Waikiki sun. Read more.

Moment of Inspiration.

In a recent trip back East to visit with family & friends, we had the pleasure of exploring NYC’s recent mega-development, Hudson Yards. I was prepared to dislike it, since it’s exposure on social media. I guess I anticipated it being an expensive instagram-ready, one-liner, architecturally. Must admit, I was pleasantly surprised. The Vessel was pretty interesting in how it reflected back at you and created a hive-effect with people swarming it’s network of stairs. My favorite, though, was the newly opened Shed. Here are a few visual impressions of our visit - worth checking out in person, if the opportunity presents itself. Read more.

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