BUILD reviews solar technology at three scales of housing
Designing the Whole Idea; An Interview with AvroKO+
BUILD visits with AvroKO and discusses the continuity of design, self-propelled projects, and why it’s important to glue things down...
Make Me an Offer I Can’t Refuse; A Conversation with Greg Lundgren+
Last June, BUILD sat down with Renaissance man Greg Lundgren to discuss art, self-expression, and Seattle’s potential
The Worthwhile Challenge of Small Multi-Family Buildings+
BUILD praises small multi-family buildings and the teams that develop them.
Navigating the Hills of Affordable Housing; An Interview with Architect David Baker+
BUILD talks with architect David Baker about multifamily housing, affordability, and the bikeable city.
Sneaking Under the Fence: An Interview with Will Bruder+
Will Bruder discusses the move from Phoenix, his path to becoming an architect, and the projects currently on his...
A Quantity of Quality; An Interview with Stanley Saitowitz+
BUILD meets with architect Stanley Saitowitz to discuss his projects, the challenges of Modernism, and bringing good design to the...
BUILD’s New (Old) Favorite Building+
BUILD gets civilized and visits the TWA Hotel
Finding the Spirit of a Project; An Interview with Richard Garfield+
BUILD visits Portland and speaks with Richard Garfield about his time with Kahn.
The Mess of it All+
BUILD discovers the beauty of a city’s outdoor dining shelters
Designing for All the Senses; An Interview with Joshua Aidlin (Part I)+
BUILD sits down with Joshua Aidlin at his San Francisco office to discuss exploration in all creative mediums.
When the Dog Catches the Bumper; An Interview with Jared Della Valle (Part I)+
BUILD catches up with Jared Della Valle on the architect-as-developer model.
BUILD is Searching for Well-Rounded Designers+
BUILD is searching for thoughtful and rigorous designers who are interested in joining our team.
Paul Hayden Kirk and the Puget Sound School+
BUILD announces the launch of a significant new book on Pacific Northwest architecture.