Summer hasn’t let up much around here. Projects have been moving full-speed ahead, with new ones coming down the pipeline at a steady pace. Still, we’re making the time to get out there and connect.

Tamizo Architects Group
-thanks to Gaile

Bestor Architecture
-thanks to AIACC

Diggin’ on this blog lately.

Almost-architects, you’re not alone.
-thanks to Jenny

Grassroots Modern
-thanks to Creede

Rolling Recording Studio
-thanks to Megan

The Second Annual Seattle Design Festival kicks off September 20th and runs until the 23rd. Check the link for a chock-full schedule of events. And, if you’re so inclined,  sign-up to be a volunteer.

Christopher Martin Hoff exhibit at Linda Hodges Gallery Aug 2-25 and at Bumbershoot Sept 1-3 (Free preview on Aug 31.)

Wow. Just. Wow. Time to get your scuba cert.

City Secrets: New York City
-thanks to Megan

Speaking of secrets, uncover Vancouver BC with this site (and, of course, TML).
-thanks to Josiah

Another successful ride up to Vancouver complete! Full update to follow.
-thanks to all the organizers, riders, sponsors, and supporters

The Photography of Todd Eberle.

Interstates romanticized.

It’s nice to have friends in the micro-wine and micro-brew industries.
Proletariat’s brilliant wines on tap.
-thanks to Darin

One of our favorite new breweries to hit the local scene is Hilliard’s Beer. Now with a re-vamped website and sharply-designed pint glasses.
-thanks to Adam

The entire BUILD crew made it out to the NWIAG block party last month at Hilliard’s.
-thanks to our friends at WINTR and Society Consulting.

We closed off July with a stellar party at the newly completed Mid-Century remodel in Des Moines.
-thanks to Rod and Debra

ARCADE Magazine hosts another launch party for issue 30.4 at the BelRoy Apartments. We’re excited to see our interview with Chicago architect John Ronan in print. Seattle designers, see you at the event!
-thanks to ARCADE

The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller, a live documentary! At the Moore September 11, 2012.

The 11th Annual Wayzgoose takes place this Saturday, August 25th at the School of Visual Concepts. Demos, equipment swap, papergoods, and the Steamroller Smackdown.

Threads, a Herman Miller and ARCADE Presentation at the SAM. Get your tickets here.
-thanks to ARCADE

For those in the Pennsylvania area next month: Falling Water and Kentuck Knob dinner and tour on September 15th.
-thanks to Larry

Also, limited space is available for visiting the Frank Lloyd Wright houses toured earlier this year. If interested, contact Larry Woodin for tickets and details.

That’s it for this edition of OtR. Hit the comments button and let us know what’s been on your radar.

Cheers from Team BUILD