Tag Archive: Formliners

Part 3: Kellogg: Greenwich Design Development

This last post in our series documenting the design process of our Kellogg project, see Part 1 and Part 2, deals with the design development for Greenwich Bridge. The initial design for Greenwich… 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

Evolution of Process, Part 3: Future Goals

Even though our digital process now lets us give valuable visuals of our designs to our clients, they are not true real world representations. This can lead to models seeming too perfect or… Continue reading

Evolution of Process, Part 2: Current Practice

We specialize in collaborative design for communities. This means we often work on design teams for large-scale projects.  These teams include engineers, architects, landscape architects, and public art coordinators. Being able to communicate… Continue reading

Evolution of Process, Part 1: Early Work

Vicki Scuri SiteWorks’ early projects are characterized by a strong sense of physical and visual experientially. Physical models, built in paper and board, gave a 3D representation of the plans and allowed for… 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

Digital Design

Our designs often incorporate surface relief, texture and patterning achieved through concrete formwork. Previously this was done through placement of hand carved or natural stone elements. As technology advances, more and more of… Continue reading