Perfecting the Thesi...

Written by Kristopher Chan, M Arch 2014 Candidate It is still hard to believe that we have presented our theses and have technically “graduated.” A mere nine months ago, most of us were finishing winter quarter having hastily submitted a rough thesis proposal to our thesis advisors Louisa...

Chicago: Skyscrapers...

Mies, Wright, Gehry, SOM, and more! Written by Sam Miller, Joseph Burns, and Kris Chan Students and instructors from the Burns/Miller Studio recently travelled to the Windy City to see their project site, attend lectures by local engineers and architects, and take in the architectural wonder...

Headlines 2013!

Seeing Diagrams & Renderings: HEADLINES 2013  Last Friday, the eighth annual Headlines exhibition officially opened in Gould Court. Architectural professionals and students came out and celebrated current works by architecture offices in Seattle. It was a well attended event with...

500 Studio: Central ...

The Autumn 500 studio is a convergence of both three and two year students creating an exciting mixture of new and old faces and addresses urban planning  issues within a design context. This quarter, the ARCH 500 studio is designing a medium sized institutional building in the Central...

From 208J

This post marks my last as the guest blogger. It has been a pleasure. Eryn will be back at the reins later this week when she gets back in Seattle. Take a look at the following for some of the highlights of this week and have a fantastic upcoming school year! Kris 1. 13 Incredibly Intricate...

From 208j

Happy Monday! The rainy fall of Seattle officially began over the weekend. Today, look out for a post from Jessica Miller about Revit and later this week posts from Natalie Gualy about her travels in Cuba, John Stamets about the changing landscape of the U-District, and upcoming events this...

Musings from the gue...

It seems that summer has ended and fall is coming to Seattle in full swing. We had a nice run, short as it was. This week, check out Tyler Sprague’s post about Bricks in Chandigarh and on Wednesday look out for a post by Jay Ranaweera, who is currently studying in Brazil. We’re...