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Architecture Against All Odds+

The heroic efforts and achievements of master architect, Paul Revere Williams

Read More+ 2 months ago
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The Building Blocks of A Forward Thinking City+

BUILD documents a handful of projects that are saving the urban fabric

Read More+ 3 months ago
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An Architect, A Book, and an Opportunity+

BUILD promotes a new book on the work of Paul Kirk

Read More+ 3 months ago

Norma Merrick Sklarek: A Gentle and Indomitable Force+

BUILD covers the work of architectural hero, Norma Merrick Sklarek

Read More+ 3 months ago
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Black Lives Matter: Complicity and Accountability+

BUILD calls out its own complicity and accountability with a commitment to course correction

Read More+ 3 months ago

A Design Student’s Guide to the Pandemic+

BUILD expands on ten ideas to turn pandemic lemons into lemonade

Read More+ 5 months ago
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Two Critical Questions for Important People+

BUILD reaches out to their heroes for insight on our changing society

Read More+ 5 months ago
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The Sweet Spot of Development+

BUILD discusses the optimal permitting path for small developments

Read More+ 7 months ago
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City vs. State+

BUILD calls out a resource wasting overlap of our governing bodies

Read More+ 10 months ago
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Paring Down to the Essence+

BUILD documents the specifications and finishes for a strikingly minimal residence

Read More+ 10 months ago
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The Ted Smith Primer, 5 Important Works+

BUILD heads to San Diego to hunt the projects of Ted Smith

Read More+ 12 months ago
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Inspiring, Educating, and Empowering Students for the Next Generation of Design: An Interview with Ruki Ravikumar, Part 2.+

BUILD interviews Ruki Ravikumar of the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum about all things design and education.

Read More+ 1 year ago
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Gordon Walker Book Launch+

A passion project, a book launch, and some new photos of extraordinary design

Read More+ 1 year ago
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BUILD Status Report+

The scoop at BUILD on the 20-year mark

Read More+ 1 year ago

Why Seattle’s Small Multi-Family Buildings and the Firms That Create Them are on the Endangered Species List+

BUILD explains the expensive and time-consuming process of entitling and permitting multifamily projects in Seattle

Read More+ 1 year ago
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The Design, Construction, and Lifestyle of Papali Wailea; an Interview with Ed Weinstein, Part 2+

BUILD talks with Ed Weinstein about what made the Papali Wailea project a success despite all the challenges.

Read More+ 2 years ago
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Defining a Construction Budget; The 2019 Cheat Sheet+

BUILD breaks down the construction and project costs for an uncertain economy with an update to the Construction Budget...

Read More+ 2 years ago
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The DNA of Planned Communities+

BUILD studies 3 planned communities and gets to their essential DNA.

Read More+ 2 years ago
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Architecture as Urban Puzzle Piece+

BUILD reviews their latest multi-family project and the complexities of getting it realized.

Read More+ 2 years ago

Why Seattle’s New Early Community Outreach Requirement Will Actually Damage the City+

BUILD explains why Seattle's new Early Community Outreach Requirement is a terrible layer of bureaucracy for a city in...

Read More+ 2 years ago
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A BUILD Shift+

BUILD shares the latest shift in their mission, their work, and their identity.

Read More+ 3 years ago
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Open Letter to the Mayor+

BUILD offers up some important facts, experience, and perspective to Seattle's new mayor

Read More+ 3 years ago
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Architectural Origins, Educations and Risks; A Conversation with Steven Holl and Ed Weinstein, Part 2+

BUILD interviews master architects Steven Holl and Ed Weinstein for ARCADE Magazine.

Read More+ 3 years ago
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Seattle’s Housing Crisis: Encouraging Better Development+

BUILD gathers some well-informed feedback from a community of experts on the future of Seattle's development.

Read More+ 3 years ago

Header Alignment Guide+

BUILD’s guide to achieving alignment at windows, doors, and siding.

Read More+ 3 years ago
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A Decade of the BUILD Blog+

A look back at the past decade of the BUILD Blog, and the toward the future ahead.

Read More+ 3 years ago