The Gang of Five

THE GANG OF FIVE
 (1981-1982)
"The Gang of Five consists of the following members from five Seattle architectural firms: David Hewitt and James Daly (Hewitt/Daly); James Olson and Gordon Walker (Olson/Walker); Richard Hobbs and David Fukui (Hobbs/Fukui/Davison); Barnett "Bud" Schorr and Jeremy Miller (Barnett Schorr/Miller); and Dan Calvin (Calvin/Gorasht)."

A series of articles (attached below) published in The Weekly includes
*A DOWNTOWN IMAGINED: a group of Seattle's leading architects unveil plans for a downtown worth living in (November 18, 1981). Participants: David Hewitt, James Daly, Jim Olson, Gordon Walker, Dick Hobbs, Dan Calvin, Barnett Schorr, and Jeremy Miller. Special help:
Catherine Barrett (sketches), Phil Sherburne (waterfront ideas), David Brewster and Peter Miller (editorial assistance)
*BOLD PLANS FOR PIONEER SQUARE: marrying the Square with the Dome
 (January 6, 1982):  Sketches by Bill Hook, Bill Hacker and Catherine Barrett
*LAST CHANCE FOR THE WATERFRONT: Free Alaskan Way! Power to the Pedestrians! Save our Seawall! (February 24, 1982). Consultants: Phil Sherburne, Val Thomas, John Uhlman, Gerald Hansmire, Melisa Rohn (waterfront awareness), Peter Miller, Norman Millar
*THE REGRADE REMADE: Proposals (April 28, 1982)
*WESTLAKE CURE: a peace proposal in the Westlake/Downtown Transit wars (November 10, 1982)
 
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