Herman Miller Design Ride: Northwestern Exposure
Guided by Herman Miller
Saturday, August 26th – 2pm
From the coast to the Cascades, the lush and rugged Pacific Northwest breeds its own brand of modern design. Stefan Hampden and Forrest Murphy of CAST Architecture takes the reigns of the Seattle Herman Miller Design Ride and will give us on an architectural tour of local modernism. We’ll start with the work of Miller-Hull Partnership and Weinstein A+U, two firms that have shaped the city for more than four decades. From there, we’ll skip town and head east across Lake Washington on a massive floating bridge to Mercer Island, where we’ll see Paul Thiry’s iconic Mercer Island Presbyterian Church. Finally, we’ll loop back downtown and land at the Rapha Clubhouse. The ride should last around two hours. Come prepared with a puncture repair kit, a snack, and helmet. Pedals with foot retention are not required.
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Rapha Seattle , 301 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122