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Episode 3 : The Culture of Craft

  • Ep 3 Trailer : Culture of Craft

    Ep 3 Trailer : Culture of Craft

    What is perfection with craft? Is it in the execution or the idea? The process often is filled with a million tiny steps to get to completion. Listen in on the conversation that dissects the culture of craft. Guests Include: Tom Kundig, Bob Hull, Prentis Hale, Annie Han, Roy McMakin

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  • Profile: Bob Hull

    Profile: Bob Hull

      Bob Hull, FAIA, Founding Partner, The Miller Hull Partnership As a founding partner of The Miller Hull Partnership, along with David Miller, Robert has been the creative force behind the majority of the firm’s public projects and community buildings. An award-winning design architect, Robert’s experience on a wide range of project types goes beyond meeting the program requirements. It is a search for ideal solutions. Robert has helped foster within his firm an emphasis on creative team design while […]

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  • Profile: Tom Kundig

    Profile: Tom Kundig

      Tom Kundig, FAIA, Owner, Olson Kundig Architects Tom Kundig is one of the most recognized architects in North America. He has received some of the nation’s highest design awards—a National Design Award in Architecture Design from the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and an Academy Award in Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, which recognizes creative individuals whose work is characterized by a strong personal direction—in addition to four National AIA Honor Awards and seven National […]

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  • Profile: Roy McMakin

    Profile: Roy McMakin

      Roy McMakin, Domestic Architecture Roy McMakin is at once an artist, furniture designer, and architect. His seemingly simple chairs, tables, dressers, and other furniture pieces at first appear childlike and often whimsical; upon closer inspection these pieces evoke contemporary art references as well as domestic archetypal forms. Long a favorite among the art-world cognoscenti and tastemakers, McMakin’s creations seamlessly merge grandma’s furniture with modern design and contemporary art. Each piece of furniture, interior, or art installation is infused with […]

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  • Profile: Prentis Hale

    Profile: Prentis Hale

      Prentis Hale, SHED Architecture & Design Prentis Hale received his Master of Architecture from the University of Washington and has an undergraduate degree in History from Yale University. Prior to establishing SHED, Hale worked as a lead carpenter for a Seattle design/build firm where he learned construction techniques. Hale has worn various hats of business: principal, designer, builder and fabricator through the conceptual and realization of a broad range of commercial, residential and fabrication projects. In addition to his […]

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  • Profile: Annie Han

    Profile: Annie Han

      Annie Han, Lead Pencil Studio Annie Han founded Lead Pencil Studio, an art and architecture collaborative, that pursues installation art, site specific art and functional architecture. In 2007, she won the Founder’s Rome Prize in Architecture from the American Academy in Rome, and was recognized in 2006 as an ‘Emerging Voices’ by the Architectural League of New York. Her practice is self-described as “architecture in reverse,” describing her projects as, “everything about architecture with none of its function…spaces with no greater purpose than to be perceived and that question […]

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