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Timeless Design

Moritz Kundig once said, “I like to think that my buildings have character and integrity and are somewhat timeless.” He aptly described himself and his work.

Visiting One of Spokane’s Oldest Neighborhoods

Been to Hillyard lately? If you haven’t, you’re missing out. Here’s why…

Art and Devotion

Over at Hazlitt, Matthew Bremner writes beautifully about Justo Gallego Martínez and the cathedral he worked on—largely by himself—for 60 + more

Shots Fired

“Something is terribly wrong with architecture,” writes Nathan J. Robinson in Current Affairs. “Nearly everything being built is boring, joyless, + more

Not to Brag or Anything…

Hey, get a load of this, from our friends over at the Washington State Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation: + more

No Wonder It’s Called the Big Apple.

While on our way to visit the 9/11 Museum in New York City, we passed through a new, spectacular building + more

Lunchtime Viewing

An old friend of mine alerted me to The Man Who Built Cambodia, a short (30 minutes, give or take) film about + more

That’s Only $88 Million a Year

One of the most striking buildings we discovered on a recent trip to Europe was in Hamburg, Germany. The Elbphilharmonie + more

“I was a little more flamboyant. I was the outlandish one.”

There’s an article in yesterday’s Spokesman-Review that you really ought to read. No, it’s not because I’m quoted. It’s because you need to know more about + more

Six Years in the Making

In 2013, one of the most ambitious projects our firm has ever produced opened at the Northwest Museum of Arts + more

Built to Last

On a recent visit to the southwest, I had the good fortune of visiting one of the finest architectural structures + more

Brooks in Boise

Last Saturday I had the pleasure of presenting a lecture at Boise’s fourth annual Modern Masters series, sponsored by Preservation Idaho and Idaho + more

Hey! That’s Us!

Looks like KREM 2 News has discovered the SPOMa exhibit at the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture. Here’s their + more

Unsung Hero

Victoria Ertelt, library administrator at Mount Angel Abbey, poses next to one of the Alvar Aalto chairs on display at + more

A couple of architects walk into a museum…

Bob Nixon, left, and Glenn Davis visited SPOMa over the weekend. Nixon, who served as a partner at both Walker & + more

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