Tables of Content: S...

Written by Senior Lecturer Jim Nicholls Tables Of Content is a School of Art summer furniture studio taught by Jim Nicholls and John Martin. 25 undergraduate students from across the UW campus, including students from the College of Built Environments, were introduced to the fundamentals of...

Copenhagen, Malmö, a...

Each autumn quarter, the UW College of Built Environments offers a multi-disciplinary studio in collaboration with Gehl Architects of Copenhagen, in which landscape architecture, urban design, and architecture students design projects that focus on the public life of urban spaces. This year...

Tables of Content

“Tables of Content, Art 351, Furniture Design and Making” / First Review This summer, eighteen students from across campus, including architecture and art, are taking a class called, “Tables of Content, Art 351, Furniture Design and Making”, meeting Monday and Wednesday mornings 8:30...

Paintings on Doors

This summer, for the Architecture Department Exhibits series, I hung a show of my paintings in 208 Gould. An edited selection from an extended series, the six works are all oil paintings on landscape format hollow-core door panels. Within a limited pallet of color, form, and technique, the...