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A Forward Glance: At a quartet of residences in Seattle, a long-term vision—of future users’ needs, and of the city’s evolution—yields a flexible design today

September 21, 2010


Best Green HousesHyBrid Architecture + Assembly By David Sokol, Seattle firm HyBrid Architecture + Assembly is known for “cargotecture,” buildings made of ISO shipping containers that inspire a “visceral reaction,” says architect Robert Humble, who founded the firm with Joel Egan in 2003. “People see them and immediately think about recycling. It’s overt sustainability.” … […]