Built Environments Library
The UW Built Environments Library staff provides assistance to students, faculty and the public in architecture, construction management, landscape architecture and urban design and planning. It maintains a collection of over 50,000 books and journals, in print, microfilm and digital formats, for research and study. Most of the collection circulates to students and faculty, although some items are either too fragile or rare for lending. Reference help is offered in person, by phone, via email or chat.
- Art installation. Tarzana Syndrome: The Bibliography. UW graduate student Matthew Schau Allen invites viewers to consider concrete, edge cities, resource management, imperialism, authorial agency, representation, curses, and posterity.
- Models. Explore downtown Seattle, plus other models designed by former UW students.
- Bikini chair. A mid-20th century classic designed by .