July 26, 2016

Thesis Reviews

This morning (Monday, March 7) in Architecture Hall, eight Master of Architecture students and two Master of Science in Design Computing students presented their independent thesis projects.  Thesis reviews will continue this afternoon and tomorrow, to include a presentation from our Master of Science in History and Theory student.   A group of critics from the Seattle professional community were invited to review the work.  Up-to-the-minute feedback from this morning’s session indicates that the work was found to be exceptionally strong.

The thesis presentation represents the culmination of these students’ education here at the University of Washington.  Congratulations to all of them for their tremendous academic achievement!

(Below, some action photos from Rick Mohler of the reviews in process.)

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Cale Wilbur: From Quillayute. Committee: Peter Cohan, Jeffrey Hou.

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Cale Wilbur: From Quillayute. Committee: Peter Cohan, Jeffrey Hou

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Amanda Wolfang: “Replay Value: Toward an Architecture of Future Narratives.” Committee: Nicole Huber, Jennifer Dee

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Amanda Wolfang: “Replay Value: Toward an Architecture of Future Narratives.” Committee: Nicole Huber, Jennifer Dee

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Bradley Hutchison: Above / Below / Between Committee: Kimo Griggs, Louisa Iarocci

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Jared Luther: Under the Big Naust: A Return to the Polyvalent Structure in Northern Norway Committee: Jim Nicholls, Jennifer Dee

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Jared Luther: Under the Big Naust: A Return to the Polyvalent Structure in Northern Norway Committee: Jim Nicholls, Jennifer Dee

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Jared Luther: Under the Big Naust: A Return to the Polyvalent Structure in Northern Norway Committee: Jim Nicholls, Jennifer Dee

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Jared Luther: Under the Big Naust: A Return to the Polyvalent Structure in Northern Norway Committee: Jim Nicholls, Jennifer Dee