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The Right to Home: An Interview with Tasoulla Hadjiyanni

Professor Tasoulla Hadjiyanni

Professor Tasoulla Hadjiyanni’s (Interior Design) latest book studies interior design’s role in addressing health, income, and educational inequities. Hadjiyanni’s work demonstrates the importance of critically examining home environments and reinforces the idea that social inequalities are, in part, spatially constructed.

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Exploring “Seattleness” with Natalie Ross (MLA ’11)

Seattleness, Cultural Atlas

Published in October 2018, Seattleness: A Cultural Atlas explores the nature of place through the lens of Seattle, one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Written by three people, the writers include landscape architecture alumna Natalie Ross (MLA ’11). In this interview, Ross discusses the book and how she drew on her landscape architecture background during the writing process.

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Architecture and Advocacy: An Interview with Robert T. Coles, FAIA

Robert T. Coles, FAIA Photo by David R. Gordon.

When Robert T. Coles (B.A. ’51, Architecture; B.Arch ’53) was in high school, a teacher discouraged him from pursuing a career in architecture, telling him that “there are no black architects.” But Coles was undeterred. Instead, the young design student resolved to not only become an architect but one of the best. In this interview, Coles discusses his journey to […]

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