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Creating Communities That Last: An Interview with Lake Union Partners, Part 1+

When it comes to community commentary, it’s more often about social issues than actual development. The most frequent issue raised...

Read More+ 5 months ago
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Thank You, Seattle City Council+

BUILD expresses its gratitude for Council Bill 120587

Read More+ 10 months ago
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reBUILDing Ecology: Episode #1: people, salmon and agriculture on the Sammamish River+

Build is actively thinking about how our industry impacts ecology. While reducing the environmental impact of our buildings is critical,...

Read More+ 12 months ago
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Density Doesn’t Have to be Scary+

BUILD discusses the challenges and opportunities of increased density in our single family neighborhoods.

Read More+ 1 year ago
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The Worthwhile Challenge of Small Multi-Family Buildings+

BUILD praises small multi-family buildings and the teams that develop them.

Read More+ 2 years ago
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Paul Hayden Kirk and the Puget Sound School+

BUILD announces the launch of a significant new book on Pacific Northwest architecture.

Read More+ 2 years ago
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Ten Design Lessons from Paul Kirk and the Puget Sound School+

BUILD discusses ten important lessons learned from Pacific Northwest Mid-Century Modern Masters

Read More+ 3 years ago
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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...

Read More+ 3 years ago
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The Business of the Building Code+

BUILD analyzes and presents 50 years of building code metrics.

Read More+ 3 years ago
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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...

Read More+ 3 years ago

Frogs in Slowly Boiling Water: Building Permitting in Seattle+

BUILD compares permitting in Seattle with significant events

Read More+ 3 years ago
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Neighborhoods that Fire on all Cylinders+

BUILD interviews superhero developer and urbanist, Liz Dunn

Read More+ 3 years ago
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Modular Construction + Senior Housing+

BUILD interviews master architect Gordon Walker on the nature of senior housing.

Read More+ 3 years ago

Case Study House 2016, Phase 2+

BUILD reviews the hardscapes of the CSH2016 project

Read More+ 4 years 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+ 4 years ago
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The Sweet Spot of Development+

BUILD discusses the optimal permitting path for small developments

Read More+ 4 years ago

The Future is Community+

BUILD concludes that creating, fostering, and maintaining community will be a dominant design focus in the next decade.

Read More+ 4 years ago
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City vs. State+

BUILD calls out a resource wasting overlap of our governing bodies

Read More+ 4 years ago
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Paring Down to the Essence+

BUILD documents the specifications and finishes for a strikingly minimal residence

Read More+ 4 years ago
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Limitations as Design Opportunities+

BUILD illustrates how thoughtful architecture can turn challenging land-use codes into a harmonious building

Read More+ 5 years ago
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Gordon Walker Book Launch+

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

Read More+ 5 years ago
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BUILD Status Report+

The scoop at BUILD on the 20-year mark

Read More+ 5 years ago
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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+ 5 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+ 6 years ago

S2V 2018+

BUILD recaps the 9th annual charity bike ride to Vancouver, BC.

Read More+ 6 years ago