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This exhibit features sketches that reveal the design process of Miller Hull founding partner, Bob Hull, FAIA (1945-2014).
The pen (usually a Niji stylist) was his medium for a design conversation. Bob drew to make sense of things and for the sheer joy of making marks. Attendees will have a view into his unique process and will see the development of two signature Bob Hull projects–Seattle’s Fisher Pavilion and Wilsonville’s Willamette River Water Treatment Plant–through his characteristic hand drawings.
The exhibit runs January through March 3, 2017.
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