Environmental Sculpture

Macro Micro

Client and Venue:

Vulcan Real Estate, Amazon campus

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Client and Venue:

Vulcan Real Estate, Amazon campus

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What do Mark Twain, Marie Curie, and Nikola Tesla all have in common? They are all part of South Lake Union’s latest design installation by Belle & Wissell titled “Macro Micro”, part of a series of artful and sustainable design projects commissioned by Vulcan Real Estate. This project is just one part of Vulcan’s vision for the new Amazon.com campus in the neighborhood.

The graphic metal sculpture, located on Boren Avenue (between Thomas and Harrison) is made from 8,640 multicolor, individual pucks-capable of being rearranged into future compositions to give this project an extended life (a total of 10,000 pucks were produced). The initial theme is based on “innovators”, a reflection of the neighborhood’s past, present, and future.

Project Accolades:

Print Magazine Regional Design Annual, 2013
Print Magazine “RDA Selects: A “Sustainable Canvas” for Seattle’s Biotech Hub,” 2013

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Art Director: Thomas Ryun
Designer: Edrea Lita
Producer: Marq Dean
Project Manager: Sarah Faulkner

Additional Project Credits

Director, Real Estate Development: Sharon Coleman
Marketing Manager: Josh Lackey
Fabricator: McNae Design

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Art Director: Thomas Ryun
Designer: Edrea Lita
Producer: Marq Dean
Project Manager: Sarah Faulkner

Additional Project Credits

Director, Real Estate Development: Sharon Coleman
Marketing Manager: Josh Lackey
Fabricator: McNae Design

What do Mark Twain, Marie Curie, and Nikola Tesla all have in common? They are all part of South Lake Union’s latest design installation by Belle & Wissell titled “Macro Micro”, part of a series of artful and sustainable design projects commissioned by Vulcan Real Estate. This project is just one part of Vulcan’s vision for the new Amazon.com campus in the neighborhood.

The graphic metal sculpture, located on Boren Avenue (between Thomas and Harrison) is made from 8,640 multicolor, individual pucks-capable of being rearranged into future compositions to give this project an extended life (a total of 10,000 pucks were produced). The initial theme is based on “innovators”, a reflection of the neighborhood’s past, present, and future.

Project Accolades:

Print Magazine Regional Design Annual, 2013
Print Magazine “RDA Selects: A “Sustainable Canvas” for Seattle’s Biotech Hub,” 2013