Master Plans, Mock-ups, and Renderings:
Seattle Millennium Legacy Project

Ross De Alessi Lighting Design > Master Plans Gallery > Seattle Millennium Legacy Project

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A hand rendering of the proposed lighting for the George Washington and Fremont Bridges
This Master Plan was part of the Mayor’s Legacy Projects: "Light, Water & Woods." Seattle’s electric municipality, Seattle City Light, sponsored the lighting element. It consisted of designs and lighting master planning for nine bridges and four parks. Renderings, designs, schematics and costing for two different schemes for each location were created, and a variety of mock-up techniques performed.

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A mock up of an alternative proposal for the Fremont Bridge which included leaping neon salmon
Photo: Kenji Okumo Tachibana
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The Fremont Bridge in its open position during the mock-up
Photo: Kenji Okumo Tachibana
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A rendering of the proposed lighting for the Montlake Bridge
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A photographic light painting of the Jose Rizal Bridge
Photo: Kenji Okumo Tachibana
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A rendering of the proposed lighting and fiberoptic recreational figures atop the University Bridge
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A rendering of an alternative approach to the Jose Rizal Bridge, including projections of children of emigres at this gateway to Seattle's International District
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A rendering of the Lighthouses of the World concept for Myrtle Edwards Park
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A rendering of the Flags of the Nations of Trade projections at Seattle Harbor's West Seattle Bridge
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A rendering of the Water Curtain concept for the Interstate Five Bridge
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An image of the Silhouettes of Labor Fence proposed for Seattle's historic Gas Works Park