Category Archive: Retrofit

INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE DAY: “AURORA BRIGHT DAWN” CONNECTING COMMUNITY TO PLACE

This blog post was originally published on ARTSblog. International Sculpture Day (IS Day), on April 27th, is a worldwide event celebrating the many ways sculpture and public art impact and improve people’s lives.… Continue reading

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Reimagining Trash Trucks as Public Art in Kinston, NC

In 2017, Vicki Scuri Siteworks completed a comprehensive Public Art and Placemaking plan for the City of Kinston, NC. North Carolina Arts Council commissioned this plan as a part of their SmArt Initiative.… Continue reading

Part III: Airway Final Work Winter 2014

Airway marks the gateway to the El Paso International Airport and Downtown. It is inspired by images of flight, native plants and the industrial/commercial site which is rapidly becoming a destination for travelers.… Continue reading

Part II: Airway Construction Review Fall 2014

A few weeks ago I visited El Paso to review the progress on Airway, all elements. This is my first review, where all of the turbines and sculptures were installed. I decided to… Continue reading

Light Up the Community

Our recent project, Meadowood Mall Complex, features programmable LED light towers. During the day, the sun highlights the patterned concrete surfaces suggesting life forms of the Great Basin. The insides of the towers… Continue reading

Parametric Design

As mentioned previously, we are currently taking a course in digital design at the University of Washington. Winter Quarter focused on parametric design, a process where a set of changeable parameters is established… Continue reading

Community Identity at Airway

Our initial involvement with the City of El Paso, Texas, involved creating an Aesthetic Improvement Master Plan for the I-10 corridor, an aging highway running through the city. We suggested a series of… Continue reading