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LifeWorks Series: Rick Sundberg FAIA

Thursday April 20, 2006, in the LifeWorks Series
Noon luncheon at Harbor Steps Conference Center (1301 First Avenue), Seattle

Richard Sundberg FAIA, a University of Washington graduate in architecture, worked with Ibsen Nelsen and Associates for seven years before joining the firm of Olson/Walker in 1974. Now a principal at Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, Rick has designed notable and much-decorated work in Seattle and beyond. His recent portfolio includes the Frye Art Museum and the Seattle University School of Law.

Currently a Mayoral appointee to the Board of the Seattle Monorail Project, he previously served as chair of the Seattle Design Commission (1997-2000) where he represented the City in providing design counsel for such notable projects as the Seattle Downtown Library, the Experience Music Project, and the expansions of the Seattle Civic Center and the Washington State Convention Center.

Rick describes himself as "fascinated with urban settings and the mystery of what makes cities work." The AIA College of Fellows inducted Rick in 1996, recognizing the national significance of his achievement to advance the profession in the area of design.

We urge LifeWorks attendees to bring young architects and colleagues as their guests, to share the inspiration and experience of this presentation.


Kristen M. Scott AIA
Rick Zieve FAIA
CoChairs, LifeWorks Series

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Rick Sundberg FAIA


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