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The Rainshade Canopy project is a yearly, semi-permanent shelter designed for a typical alley block in the International District of Seattle.The project is designed to capture the ephemeral nature of rainfall during the celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year. The celebration usually takes place during January-February and is associated with the wettest part of Seattle’s winter season. It is the Rainshade Canopy’s goal, to create an attractive, playful, outdoor, architectural installation that brings delight to the citizens of the city during a dreary time of year.
My good friend Davina and I entered into a competition last May called the Memorial for the Unknown Solider. We used this opportunity to both work as a project lead and intern, submitting two different projects for the month of May deadline. For this post, you will get to see my distilled vision for a memorial with another post to follow that highlights our other collaborative venture.