Back in 2014, BUILD met with Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh at his Stockholm headquarters to discuss his impressive roster of...
Living Large with a Small Footprint+
BUILD establishes a new model for the modern cottage
Design, Context and Delight: Explanations of the Built Environment with Kate Ascher / Part 1+
BUILD interviews Kate Ascher for ARCADE Magazine.
Three Strategies BUILD Employees Use to Avoid the BIM Trap
The Worthwhile Challenge of Small Multi-Family Buildings+
BUILD praises small multi-family buildings and the teams that develop them.
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
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.
Designing Pragmatism; An Interview with John Ronan+
BUILD talks with Chicago architect, John Ronan, about making significant contributions to the built environment and pulling art out of...
Balancing Green and Grey Infrastructure; An Interview with Seattle Arborist, Josh Petter+
BUILD talks with Master Arborist, Josh Petter, about the intersection between natural and built environments, how architects could work more...
The Hidden Gems of Washington Architecture+
After a summer of adventure, BUILD reveals a dozen out-of-the way design destinations
Faith, Mindfulness and Dignity; The Work and Process of Studio Mumbai+
BUILD speaks with the wise and insightful Bijoy Jain of Studio Mumbai whose practice integrates architects and skilled craftspeople to...
Ten Design Lessons from Paul Kirk and the Puget Sound School+
BUILD discusses ten important lessons learned from Pacific Northwest Mid-Century Modern Masters
The Key to the Educational Kingdom: Personalization; A Conversation with Lorne McConachie+
BUILD recently sat down with master architect Lorne McConachie to discuss educational design, growing critical thinkers, and the importance of...
Making the Ordinary Extraordinary; An Interview with Will Bruder+
BUILD sits down with Master Architect, Will Bruder, to discuss pragmatism, the poetics of design, and learning to love the...
The Business of the Building Code+
BUILD analyzes and presents 50 years of building code metrics.
Resuscitating the Built Environment Post-COVID-19+
Important people weigh-in about the best ways the City and building department can support the design and construction industries as...
Frogs in Slowly Boiling Water: Building Permitting in Seattle+
BUILD compares permitting in Seattle with significant events
City Building Departments: Inequality, Segregation, and the Homeless Crisis—Culpability and Accountability+
BUILD calls out building departments on their culpability
Neighborhoods that Fire on all Cylinders+
BUILD interviews superhero developer and urbanist, Liz Dunn
People, Nature, and the Balance of Poiesis: An Interview with Stein Halvorsen+
BUILD heads to Norway to speak with master architect, Stein Halvorsen.
Reading the Architectural Photo+
BUILD covers five types of architectural photos and what makes them distinct
Architecture Against All Odds+
The heroic efforts and achievements of master architect, Paul Revere Williams
The Building Blocks of A Forward Thinking City+
BUILD documents a handful of projects that are saving the urban fabric
An Architect, A Book, and an Opportunity+
BUILD promotes a new book on the work of Paul Kirk
Norma Merrick Sklarek: A Gentle and Indomitable Force+
BUILD covers the work of architectural hero, Norma Merrick Sklarek
The Perfect Pitch. Pleasure in Proportion and the Big Picture: An Interview with Rick Sundberg+
BUILD catches up with master architect and hero Rick Sundberg
The Sweet Spot of Development+
BUILD discusses the optimal permitting path for small developments
The Future is Community+
BUILD concludes that creating, fostering, and maintaining community will be a dominant design focus in the next decade.