Keeping up with the ...

Check out the blogs of MArch students Jonathan French, Ryan Heltzel-Drake, Megan Groth and Lauren Keene. “Unparalleled in the United States, the Valle Scholarship and Scandinavian Exchange Program has a dual mission to promote and fund the exchange of graduate students between the...

SATURDAY: Playing on...

Join the Gehl studio for Playing on the Pier, a temporary exhibition at Pier 62/63 created by UW urban design, landscape and architecture students. The exhibition will display interactive sculptures that interpret Seattle’s waterfront and remind people that one of Seattle’s most...

Exhibition : BUOYANC...

Atherton|Keener will create a continuous reflective surface suspended in equilibrium within the gallery, its form sculpted to maximize reaction to air movement. Through the deployment of wires and counterweights, the surface will be transformed into an instrument capable of tuning and...

Moomin On Up

The rain has paused and the sun has broken through the clouds, gracing us with the loveliest of Copenhagen weeks. I delight in my post-work bike ride back to the tiny, but oh so hyggelit, studio I call my home. It’s on the third floor of a row house in Humleby (which unbelievably means...

Tired of Using Concr...

The Materials Library is a resource for all students in the College of Built Environments to explore material choices and learn about material properties during the design process.  The library is located in Gould 002 and will be open on Thursdays from 1:00-4:00PM for Fall quarter, or by...

BE Lab No. 6 / Japan...

This past spring (2011) I had the privilege of participating in the Japan Studio; officially known as the sixth installment of the BE Labs: Designing for Urgent Change on the Pacific Rim. At the time, we knew it to be the sixth of six, but we sincerely hope it will not be the last of this...