Sawhorse Revolution Ribbon‑Cutting Ceremony
Today, Sawhorse Revolution hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the installation of six new homes in Seattle’s city-sanctioned tiny house village, “Nickelsville Georgetown.” Olson Kundig’s Katherine Ranieri partnered with students in the Sawhorse Revolution program on “Ease.L House,” a new tiny home celebrated in this ceremony. “Ease.L House” was built as part of Sawhorse’s “Impossible City” program, which engages diverse youth in designing and building needed structures for homeless encampments in Seattle.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony included many high-schoolers who worked on the projects, as well as architecture, engineering and construction professionals who have provided design mentorship through the program. C.J. Prosise, Seahawks running back and Sawhorse Revolution Ambassador, also spoke at the event and joined in the celebrations.
Olson Kundig is delighted to act as a supporting partner in establishing Sawhorse Revolution’s flagship design/build house program. To date, Olson Kundig has provided design mentorship to Sawhorse students on a total of three new structures realized through the program.