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  • Olson Kundig Architect's [Storefront] Engages Architects, Community

    Olson Kundig Architects’ pro bono storefront offers the firm a chance to experiment with everything from a mushroom farm to an exhibit on homelessness, as well as engage with the community. ARCHITECT brings you a slide show of a years' worth of experiments.

  • Book: 'Furniture Studio'

    A survey of the University of Washington's furniture studio by Jeffrey Ochsner reveals the linkage between materials and making that defines the field of architecture.

  • Tipping Point

    Two bike-share programs look to set a standard for healthier cities.

  • Livable Streets

    Architects can lead the way in reconsidering what's possible.

  • EHDA Merit Award: Salishan - Sal 7

    Phase seven of Tacoma Housing Authority's Salishan redevelopment achieves LEED-Platinum.

  • Product: Olson Kundig Architects Peek Sliding Door Pull

    The Seattle-based firm has designed a line of steel hardware and accessories, which is aptly named the Tom Kundig Collection.

  • Studio Visit: Olson Kundig Architects

    The studio crit remains a crucial part of the culture at this Seattle-based firm, which stops work once per week to gather for a group critique, even as it has grown from two to nearly 100 people.

  • Family-Friendly Downtowns

    Urban designer Sarah Snider, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, is part of a new project that examines the relationship of cities to their residents.

  • Nils Finne's New Video

    Seattle architect Nils Finne's smart, low-key use of Internet marketing to spread the word about his firm helps secure work across the country.

  • Steven Holl, Agent of Enlightenment

    2012 AIA Gold Medalist Steven Holl has never compromised on his design philosophy—even when his clients have no idea what he's talking about.