Seattle Architecture Foundation
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The Seattle Architecture Foundation, Seattle, Washington, United States, is dedicated to increasing public awareness and appreciation of architecture and the built environment. SAF is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization governed by a Board of Directors, with programs funded by donors and implemented by volunteers. SAF offers youth programming, annual exhibits, special events and walking tours of downtown Seattle and surrounding neighborhoods.
Blueprints: 100 Years of Seattle Architecture
Blueprints: 100 Years of Seattle Architecture is a permanent exhibit operated by the Seattle Architecture Foundation, located at the SAF office at 1333 Fifth Avenue, Suite 300, Seattle in Rainier Square Plaza. Blueprints features historical and contemporary photographs, models, drawings, renderings, original art and building remnants.
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- Seattle Architecture Foundation website