- Program: College
- Location: Seattle, WA
- Date: Fall 2007
- Professors: Ken Oshima
What is the distance between an idea and a manufactured object? How fast can designers realize their projects? These questions are at the center of the new manufacturing process, considered by some to be yet another revolution. Ideas can now be created inside computers and produced by machines, reuniting custom craftsmanship with mass production.
This school of Industrial Art & Graphics embodies the current relationships between production and computers, ideas and matter. Through a specific programmatic and material separation, the building delineates the realm of the idea and the realm of the object. The intersection of the two realms forms the public, atrium, and circulations.