About Arcade

“Architecture and design encompass the world of ideas, a place where we may think large, and hopefully, effect positive and powerful change in our daily lives.”

Kelly Rodriguez, ARCADE Executive Director, Editor

ARCADE is a Seattle-based nonprofit that creates opportunities — in print, in the community and online — for sharing ideas about design, culture and the built environment. We publish a magazine, host events and provide a curated calendar of Northwest design and art happenings. Aiming to strengthen connections between various creative groups and design disciplines, we invite all to participate and collectively add to the greater whole.

This year, ARCADE is celebrating its 35th anniversary. Founded in 1981 by a group of recent architecture-school graduates, ARCADE now includes a staff of three, a dedicated board of trustees, a cadre of generous and enthusiastic committee members and volunteers, and many talented creative contributors.

A labor of love, 70% of ARCADE’s budget is supported by donations made by our community of design enthusiasts.




Our Magazine

In our magazine, we bring together voices from multiple design disciplines – architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, industrial design, graphic design, etc. – and the arts community. Dedicated to providing a Northwest perspective, we present insights and review notable regional topics. We also work with contributors from around the world in an effort to better understand how the Northwest fits into a global dialogue.

Our current issue, ARCADE 35.3, includes the feature "Rethinking Efficiency." ARCADE subscriptions, the current issue, and past editions may be purchased online here. ARCADE is also available at retail locations in the Seattle and Portland areas.
 

Our Events

ARCADE also hosts and partners on design-related events in the Seattle area. From lectures to salons to our highly anticipated magazine launch events, ARCADE strives to bring our community together to connect face-to-face through engaging, inspiring programming around design.

Our Mission

ARCADE’s mission is to reinforce the principle that thoughtful design at every scale of human endeavor improves our quality of life.

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, ARCADE fulfills its mission through its award-winning magazine; events, educational lectures, panel discussions, salons; and web presence, which includes its website, e-newsletter, online calendar of Northwest design events and growing social media community.

People

Staff

Kelly Rodriguez, Executive Director, Editor
Kelly is the longtime editor of ARCADE. In June 2011 she assumed the new role of executive director in addition to her editorial responsibilities. Kelly holds a bachelors and masters in architecture, which she pursued because she feels strongly that architecture and design encompass the world as we know it.

Erin Kendig, Managing Editor
Erin believes that thoughtful, compassionate, and bold conversations can positively impact our world, and she finds ARCADE to be a valuable platform for community dialogue. Erin has a background in graphic design and literature studies, and in addition to working at ARCADE, she is an artist.

Michael Schuler, Publishing and Marketing Coordinator
Michael was drawn to Seattle by its vibrant architecture and arts communities and is still exploring the city a quarter of a century later. After working for a number of years as a community planner, Michael now divides his time between ARCADE and freelance editing.

Board of Trustees

Officers

Jason Bergevin, President
Bill Sleeth, Vice President
George Lampe, Treasurer
Ray Calabro, Secretary
Drew Giblin, Ex-Officio

Jill Hardy
Robert Harrahill
Kate Murphy
Callie Neylan
Laura Ridlehoover
Ron Rochon
Sarah Szabo
Mazohra Thami

Editorial Committee

Brian Boram
Luis F. Borrero
Audrey Desjardins
Paul L. Franco
Charles Mudede
Bill Sleeth
Margaret Sprug

Issue 35.3 Feature Editor

Sawhorse Revolution

Issue 35.3 Designer

Annabelle Gould

Design Advisory Committee

Brian Boram
Karen Cheng
Thomas Eykemans

Issue 35.3 Editorial Assistance

Paul L. Franco
Betsy Berger
Natalie Bicknell
Michael Schuler

Website Credits

IF/THEN, design
Scott Thiessen, Varyable, development

Contact

Kelly Rodriguez
Executive Director, Editor
[email protected]
206 971 5596

Erin Kendig
Managing Editor
[email protected]
206 971 5591

Michael Schuler
Publishing and Marketing Coordinator
[email protected]
206 971 5591

Opportunities

Contact [email protected] with volunteer, interning and employment inquiries.

ARCADE accepts editorial submissions on a rolling basis. Proposals for articles, essays, photography, and illustrations may be sent to Kelly Rodriguez at [email protected]

Online Communities

Join ARCADE on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and connect on Instagram.

Address

ARCADE
1201 Alaskan Way, Pier 56, Suite 200
Seattle, WA, 98101

Our Donors

This list represents support as of the release of issue 35.3 (December 2017). Donate to ARCADE today to join this list and support dialogue on design.


LEADERSHIP GIVING

Three-year sustaining commitment

City Builder
$10,000 +

Greg Bishop
Victoria Reed

Publisher
$5,000 – $9,999

Kongsgaard Goldman Foundation
Krekow Jennings
The Miller Hull Partnership
Schuchart/Dow

Designer
$2,500 – $4,999

LMN Architects
Mahlum
John Parman

Legacy 
$1,000 – $2,499

Berger Partnership
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
DBI / David Brown International
Perkins+Willl

ANNUAL GIVING

Gifts received in the prior 12 months

Broker
$2,500 – $5,000

4Culture
Jason Bergevin / Holmquist & Gardiner
Drew Gilbin
Olson Kundig
Microsoft Matching Gift Program
Starbucks Designn

Plans Examiner
$1,000 – $2,499

BUILD llc
Ray Calabro
Cascadia Consulting Group
Coughlin Porter Lundeen
Hoedemaker Pfeiffer
Hoshide Wanzer Architects /
   Paul Wanzer
King County GreenTools
George Lampe
MCM Insurance Services
PCS Structural Solutions
Premier Store Fixtures
Ron Rochon
Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
Sellen Construction
SHED Architecture & Design
Albert Shum
Bill Sleeth
Swenson Say Fagét
Swift Company LLC
Weinstein A+U
Wyman Youth Trust / Deehan Wyman

Stud Club
$500 – $999

Bassetti Architects
Best Practice Architecture
Cambium
Liz Fekete
Marc Gleason
GLY Construction
Graham Baba
Bert Gregory
Jill Hardy
Robert Harrahill
Henrybuilt
George Lampe
Lockhart|Suver
Kate Murphy
Nussbaum Group / Dale Nussbaum
Thomas Schaer
SHKS Architects
SkB Architects
SRG Partnership
Suyama Peterson Deguchi
Sarah Szabo
T-Mobile Matching Gifts

Builder
$250 – $499

Allworth Design
Bill and Nancy Bain
Derek Britz
Bykonen Carter Quinn
Karen Cheng
Conard Romano Architects
dBoone Construction
Liz Dunn
Foreseer / Paula Rees
Form4 Architecture / John Marx
Linda Hunt
Steven Kendig
Donald Lange
Lawrence Architecture
Brock Madson-Betz
Miovic Reinhardt Associates /
Dejan Miovic
NAC Architecture
Drew Ness
Callie Neylan
Heidi Oien & Daniel Goddard
Andrew Phillips
Public47 Architects
Schacht | Aslani Architects
School of Visual Concepts
Eric Snyder
Williams | Partners Architects /
   Jeffrey Williams
Andrew Wong

Groundbreaker
$100 – $249

Terrie Andersen
Patrick Berkley & Deirdre Doyle
Matthew Berlinic
Brian Boram
Elizabeth Brown
Bruce Hale Design
Harry & Janet Butcher
Patricia Calabro
Chadbourne + Doss
Stacie Chapman
David Coleman / Architecture
David Conrad
Karen DeLucas
Amy & Derreck Dickson
Joan Dinkelspiel
Jim & Gaylee Duncan
Dunsmuir Institute Architects /
Scott Wolf
Christopher Economakos
Spicer Freeman
Thomas Frye, Jr.
Fukui Architecture
Robert Harrahill
Hewitt Architects
Trent Jackson
Scottland Jacobson
David Katz
Tina Lindinger
MAKERS Architecture and
Urban Design
Carl Markley
Patreese Martin
Noel Mason
Method Construction / Jason Minami
Carolyn Murphy
Patricia Emmons Architecture &
Fine Art
Scott Redman
Randy Robison
Norie Sato
S+H Works / Hugh Schaeffer
Paul Schlachter
Scott Shapiro
Michael Sousa
Steve Skonieczny Furniture Maker
Margaret Sprug
Paula Stanton
Jay Taylor
Patricia Tusa Fels
Tradecraft Builders
Tyler Engle Architects
Unico
Vandeventer + Carlander Architects
Hui-Yong Yuu