posted by Buddy Burkhalter
(Update [8/25/15]: now presenting… Phillippines Bamboo Workshop, the movie! Click here to view!)
There is a saying in the mountains of the Philippines – one is born with bamboo (built out of for a baby’s crib) and dies with bamboo (material for a coffin). This metaphor speaks...
posted by Marga Rose Hancock
Studies at UW Architecture take alumni/ae into a range of careers – including several who have held elective office in Seattle and Washington and beyond.
Perhaps the farthest-flung: Alex Ekwueme (BArch 1956), “one of Nigeria’s leading statesmen” who served as his country’s first Vice...
posted by Christopher Morris
Every winter quarter, there is a spectacular showcase of the craft that we, as architecture students, put into our work in the form of quarter inch scale tectonic models for Jim Nicholls’ Design Development course (Arch 570). The level of detailing, which sometimes isn’t achieved in...
posted by Michael Gilbride
The Center for Integrated Design has now made the Bullitt Center its home for almost 2 years. The Center for Integrated Design is comprised of two entities: the Integrated Design Lab (IDL) and the Discovery Commons (DC). The IDL is a self-supporting research lab and has been involved in...
posted by Claire Shigekawa Rennhack
Every few years, professors Peter Cohan and Jennifer Dee lead a group of architecture students across the Nordic wilderness via bus, train, ferry, bicycle, and foot. Even though winter is here, the Architecture in Scandinavia 2014 program (indexed on various social media as #cohandeenavia)...