‘Light as a common thread’ comes from an essay by artist John Hogan, describing the artwork he has created for this project.
First Light is a story of collaboration. This quality of work only happens by bringing together like minded people with the common goal of producing something extraordinarily good.
With First Light, John Hogan has been invited to use the canvas of the building to explore how light and glass can combine to create thousands of luminous sculptural moments throughout the project. In recognition of the condition of lightness, softness and of layering that the artist is creating, the building itself is kept simple and quiet. Much like you would expect from an art museum; the architecture creates the conditions to showcase and elevate the art.
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Bringing nature back into the city
This project will be infused throughout with natural elements and layered with gardens and apple orchards. The interiors in each home will feature Applewood, creating a continuity of design between the natural exteriors and the materiality of interiors.
Enhancing Downtown Seattle
The corridors and public spaces of the building are kept simple and pure; with recessed cove lighting along the halls, minimally expressed door frames and fine-grain minimal details, even in such touch- es as the suite numeral fonts and door finishings.
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Renderings are representational only. E.& O.E.