09/24/2014 (All day)

First day of Autumn 2014 Quarter!

10/03/2014 - 12:30pm

Information Session for prospective Master of Architecture applicants. Review of application process, curriculum, and tour of facilities provided.

Space is limited to 15. 

To attend, please RSVP the Graduate Program Adviser, Claudine Manio, via email claudine@uw.edu or by phone (206) 685-8405.  Room location will be emailed with RSVP confirmation.

10/17/2014 - 12:30pm

Information Session for prospective Master of Architecture applicants. Review of application process, curriculum, and tour of facilities provided.

Space is limited to 15. 

To attend, please RSVP the Graduate Program Adviser, Claudine Manio, via email claudine@uw.edu or by phone (206) 685-8405.  Room location will be emailed with RSVP confirmation.

11/07/2014 - 12:30pm

Information Session for prospective Master of Architecture applicants. Review of application process, curriculum, and tour of facilities provided.

Space is limited to 15. 

To attend, please RSVP the Graduate Program Adviser, Claudine Manio, via email claudine@uw.edu or by phone (206) 685-8405.  Room location will be emailed with RSVP confirmation.

12/05/2014 - 12:30pm

Information Session for prospective Master of Architecture applicants. Review of application process, curriculum, and tour of facilities provided.

Space is limited to 15. 

To attend, please RSVP the Graduate Program Adviser, Claudine Manio, via email claudine@uw.edu or by phone (206) 685-8405.  Room location will be emailed with RSVP confirmation.

10/01/2014 - 6:00pm

AUTUMN 2014 LECTURE SERIES - OCTOBER 1, 2014

Comfortable, Walkable and Efficient - Towards Sustainable Urban Architecture
Christoph Reinhart | MIT, Cambridge, MA

http://web.mit.edu/SustainableDesignLab/

Christoph Reinhart is a building scientist and architectural educator working in the field of sustainable building design and environmental modeling. At MIT he is leading the Sustainable Design Lab, an inter-disciplinary group with a grounding in architecture that develops design workflows, tools and metrics to evaluate the environmental performance of buildings and neighborhoods. Popular design tools originating from the group - such as DIVA, DAYSIM and umi - are used in practice and education in over 90 countries. Before joining MIT in 2012, Christoph led the sustainable design concentration area at Harvard GSD where the student forum voted him the “2009 Teacher of the Year”. He holds a doctorate in architecture form the Technical University of Karlsruhe.

All lectures are free and open to the public.
Continuing education and IDP credits are available for attendance.

10/15/2014 - 6:00pm

AUTUMN 2014 LECTURE SERIES - OCTOBER 15, 2014

NAC Lecture
Building the City
Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects, San Francisco, CA

http://www.saitowitz.com

Stanley Saitowitz was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and received his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Witwatersrand in 1974 and his Masters in Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley in 1977. He is a Professor of Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley. He has taught at numerous schools, including the Elliot Noyes Professor, Harvard University GSD (1991-2), the Bruce Goff Professor, University of Norman, Oklahoma (1993), UCLA, Rice, SCIARC, Cornell, Syracuse, and University of Texas at Austin. He has given more than 200 public lectures in the United States and abroad. His first house was built in 1975, and together with Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects Inc., has completed numerous buildings and projects. These have been residential, commercial and institutional. He has designed houses, housing, master plans, offices, museums, libraries, wineries, synagogues, churches, commercial and residential interiors, memorials, urban landscapes and promenades. Amongst his many awards, the Transvaal House was declared a National Monument by the Monuments Council in South Africa in 1997, the New England Holocaust Memorial received the Henry Bacon Medal in 1998, and in 2006 he was a finalist for the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Award given by Laura Bush at the White House. Three books have been published on the work, and articles have appeared in many magazines and newspapers. His paintings, drawings and models have been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums.

All lectures are free and open to the public.
Continuing education and IDP credits are available for attendance.

10/22/2014 - 6:00pm

AUTUMN 2014 LECTURE SERIES - OCTOBER 22, 2014

Denials and Reproaches
Brian Bell | BLDGS, Atlanta, GA

http://bldgs.org/

Brian Bell, AIA, is Principal of BLDGS, Professor of the Practice of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology and has been a Paul Rudolph Fellow at Auburn University.  He received a Master of Architecture from Harvard University, where he was a John E. Thayer Scholar, and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (in 1989) from the University of Washington in Seattle.  Brian grew up in Boise, Idaho  - where he moved as a young boy after living in Hawaii, Kansas, Virginia, and Germany.  Prior to founding BLDGS in 2006 (with Partner David Yocum), he taught and trained in Seattle, Rome, Boston, and Atlanta, concluding as a Senior Project Architect with Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects.

BLDGS is an architecture practice dedicated to the creation of inventive and enduring works of architecture and urban design. The firm believes that design excellence is achieved through an exceptionally detailed understanding of building form, spatial organization, the potential of program, an economy of means, and material innovation and constructability. They produce buildings that resonate with their environment, both natural and urban. They seek out the contrasts and complexities that develop through a process of direct interaction with clients.


All lectures are free and open to the public.
Continuing education and IDP credits are available for attendance.

11/04/2014 - 6:00pm

AUTUMN 2014 LECTURE SERIES - NOVEMBER 4, 2014

AIA Seattle Lecture
Setting
Cathlyn Newell | Alibi Studio, Detroit, MI

http://www.cathlynnewell.com  

Catie Newell is the founding principal of *Alibi Studio, Detroit and Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Michigan. She has a Masters of Architecture from Rice University and a Bachelor of Science from Georgia Tech. Newell’s work and research captures spaces and material effects, focusing on the development of atmospheres through the exploration of textures, volumes, and the effects of light or lack thereof. Newell's creative practice has been widely recognized for exploring design construction and materiality in relationship to location and geography, and cultural contingencies. Before joining the University of Michigan as the Oberdick Fellow in 2009, Newell was a project designer at Office dA in Boston. Newell won the inaugural SOM Prize for Architecture, Design and Urban Planning, the 2011 ArtPrize Best Use of Urban Space Juried Award, and the 2011 Architectural League Prize for Young Architects and Designers. Newell exhibited at the 2012 Architecture Venice Biennale. Catie Newell was the 2013-2014 Cynthia Hazen Polsky and Leon Polsky Rome Prize Fellow in Architecture. 

All lectures are free and open to the public.
Continuing education and IDP credits are available for attendance.

09/22/2014 - 1:30pm

Please select a time below for advising with Claudine Manio about the new Areas of Concentration Degree Options. Appointments are 15 minutes long.