watercolor wednesday XXXXVIII

June 12, 2013 § 2 Comments

bullitHello Seattle!

Today we visit the Bullitt Center, a newly opened office building in Capital Hill in Seattle, Washington.  This isn’t just any office building, its the “greenest office building in the world.” Complete with a roof of solar panels, composting toilets and 250 year lifespan, the center is designed to function like a rainforest.

I visited the center during my November trip to Seattle and loved its environmental aspirations and exemplary Pacific Northwest design.  Gone are the days of ‘green’ buildings looking like ugly spaceships.

In August I will be moving north to Seattle to work in an architecture firm.  Looking forward to the upcoming adventures…but before that happens I will be graduating this weekend and traveling in Turkey for three weeks!  Keep you posted on the paintings, projects and adventures.


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§ 2 Responses to watercolor wednesday XXXXVIII

  • First of all, where do you get the energy for the times and travel you purport ? Great for you! Secondly, Congratulations on your upcoming graduation and good luck in Seattle.
    Note-if the coffee taste like dirt-that’s fine – It Was Just Ground
    This Morning.

    -Be good and you will be lonesome-

  • Linda says:

    Congratulations! Yeah. Both for graduating AND for landing a cool job in Seattle. Can’t wait to hear about the next phase of adventures. Keep painting. I’ve never seen Seattle look quite like this. 😉

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