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If you’re searching for the best furniture and home accessories the Pacific Northwest’s thriving maker culture has to offer, look no further than Kate Duncan’s Address. A trade-show-meets-pop-up-shop built on community spirit rather than commerce, the event brings together some 30 local creatives. Duncan’s meticulously crafted Japanese-meets-Scandinavian wood furniture is a major highlight, but curator Amber Kingsnorth, lead at Māk Interiors, brings in a variety of talents whose products are assembled in a series of vignettes. Past exhibitors have included sculptor and flatware designer Stefanie Dueck, textile studio Antipod Workshop and furniture maker Nicholas Purcell – all slated to return for the fourth annual event. This year, Address moves on from its location at the awe-inspiring Waterfall Building to take up in new digs at the Ellis Building, a historical gem from around 1907 that was revitalized last year.