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August 3, 2016

Art fair VIP space is by Olson Kundig

Image courtesy of Olson Kundig [enlarge]

Olson Kundig designed the Windermere VIP Lounge for the second annual Seattle Art Fair that runs tomorrow through Sunday at CenturyLink Field Event Center.

In a press release, Seattle-based OK said the design blurs the boundaries between indoor and outdoor, while exploring the interplay of static and dynamic elements. It has spaces for gathering, dining, lounging, reflecting and recharging. Towering, dark fabric creates a static backdrop, while projections, shadows and color on lighter materials will change throughout the day.

The hospitality area will have a light installation of abstracted foliage by Etta Lilienthal and food from Seattle chef Ethan Stowell.

There will be sculptural seating in a grove of Thundercloud Plum Trees inside and outside the lounge.

Seattle Art Fair is produced by Paul G. Allen's Vulcan Inc. and Art Market Productions.

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