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1180 Fourth Street

Mithun, Kennerly Architecture & Planning More

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Book review of Carrot City: Creating Places for Urban Agriculture

Carrot City, a new book from The Monacelli Press, examines the ways in which urban food production can enrich our cities. More

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Make No Small Plans

Grounding architecture within a larger building ecology. More

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ra50: Mithun

Mithun designs regionally appropriate homes witha sustainable twist. More

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How Did Architects Fare During the Downturn?

In the aftermath of the economic crash, the 10 firms featured in residential architect's January/February 2009 cover story, "Word on the Street," struggled mightily. See how they're doing now. More

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downtime on the farm

Imagine a cluster of 30 or so diminutive homes set on the edge of a large field, their compact rectangles topped with tilted roofs and punctuated with bright apple-green or ochre siding. This new crop of farmworker housing, designed by the Seattle firm Mi More

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jay janette, aia, and david goldberg, aia

Seattle-based Mithun always considered itself a regional firm with a strong focus on residential planning and design work, but in 2008 the collective opened a San Francisco office in a move forward as a more diverse and, it hopes, recession-proof company. More

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new books for the new year

If you're looking to fill holes in your bookshelves, consider these new and... More

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more than shelter

Imagine designing a home for a client who may be deaf, blind, or... More

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radford court, seattle

This University of Washington student housing complex was designed to encourage community among its population of mostly married graduate students and their families. The jury felt the project achieved that goal, and did it with outstanding regard to the site's steep topography. More

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