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Jesuit High School Chapel of the North American Martyrs is featured in GC Magazine’s coverage of top liturgical architecture across the country. The chapel’s “strong yet simple geometry, enduring materials, and soaring ceilings… provide a spiritual anchor for the campus.” Designed by our Mithun Hodgetts + Fung studio in Los Angeles. 📷: @joefletcherphoto

Posted: 07.02.2020

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Tomorrow we pause to recognize and celebrate Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in the United States 155 years ago, and renew our commitment to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. Shown in the photo is a mural at Liberty Bank Building, which broke ground on Juneteenth three years ago. Developed by a partnership between Africatown Community Land Trust, the Black Community Impact Alliance, @ByrdBarrPlace, and Community Roots Housing (formerly Capitol Hill Housing), this mixed-use housing project honors a rich history and provides a model for taking meaningful steps to reverse the injustices faced by the Black community in Seattle’s Central District neighborhood. 📷: @k7scott

Posted: 06.19.2020

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We’re pleased to support The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s education & advocacy initiatives via the “Masks for Unity” silent auction! Our submission is entitled: Privilege. “A just world is a world that includes whole histories. Imagine the strength and relationships we build when everyone knows the whole history of a place.” The piece features Egyptian linen, photo transfer of Frederick Law Olmsted, opalescent beads and buttons. Explore the full collection by more than 40 design professionals, and enter your bids through June 29: https://bit.ly/3ftWcCf (clickable link in bio). Design by Mithun landscape architects Dakota Keene, Dorothy Faris, Tim Mollette-Parks, Deb Guenther and Nina Mross.

Posted: 06.17.2020