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A recent thought experiment for the city of Seattle regarding green roofs. Consider the image above. Let us highlight the area we are looking at, a green roof off of 1st and Union in downtown Seattle, Washington. Now, the question … Continue reading
According to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), buildings in the United States are responsible for 39% of CO2 emissions, 40% of energy consumption, and 13% water consumption. Consumption of the natural resources at this rate is unsustainable in our … Continue reading
A short but sweet post today. Still touring Seattle and applying for jobs here and there. Expanded the search a bit, so hopefully that will turn up an opportunity. For now, you get photos taken from atop the highest tower … Continue reading
Simply put, The Chapel of St. Ignatius is contemporary architectural poetry. Architect Steven Holl uses form, metaphor, symbol, and structure to put together a compact contemporary masterpiece for the students of Seattle University. Built from the concept of “seven bottles … Continue reading