S C H O O L  O F  T H E  I N D U S T R I A L  &  G R A P H I C  A R T S

Capitol Hill | Seattle | Oshima | Cohan | Huber | Strauss | Fall 2007


To create an school where the architecture promotes the ideals of the school: utility, connection, flexibility, and interaction.

Utility | use natural light and ventilation as part of the building systems
Flexibility | open floor plan and modular offices allow for program change
Connection | use the alley as overflow workspace for shops to connect with other schools
Interaction | use circulation spaces as informal presentation and meeting spaces