Fourth-year architecture students explore Seattle

October 15th, 2014 Comments Off on Fourth-year architecture students explore Seattle

Fourth-year architecture students sketch in the Seattle Public Library designed by OMA. (photo by Alexis Gregory)

Fourth-year architecture students sketch in the Seattle Public Library designed by OMA. (photo by Alexis Gregory)

Fourth-year architecture students wait to get into the Space Needle. (photo by Alexis Gregory)

Fourth-year architecture students wait to get into the Space Needle. (photo by Alexis Gregory)

Fourth-year architecture students explore the Seattle City Hall,designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson.(photo by Alexis Gregory)

Fourth-year architecture students explore the Seattle City Hall designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson. (photo by Alexis Gregory)

Fourth-year architecture students get a tour of St. Ignatius Chape,l designed by Steven Holl, from Friar Cob of Seattle University.(photo by Alexis Gregory)

Fourth-year architecture students get a tour of St. Ignatius Chapel, designed by Steven Holl, from Friar Cob of Seattle University. (photo by Alexis Gregory)

Students and faculty in the fourth-year architecture studio flew to Seattle, Wash., on Sept. 28 for the annual School of Architecture Field Trip.

Students visited the Seattle Space Needle, St. Ignatius Chapel, Seattle Public Library and Pike Place Market, among other architectural landmarks in the city.

Students were also treated to a tour of the offices of Olson Kundig Architects by firm principal Kirsten Murray.

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