American Architecture-TCXUS 276
Urban Renewal and the New Urbanism

Le Corbusier (Charles Edoaurd Jeanneret) with Pierre Jeanneret, The Radiant City, plan, 1930
Frank Lloyd Wright, Broadacre City, model, 1929-35
Clark, Clavan, Richardson, Grove, and Elsen, Stuyvesant Town, New York, 1947
Boston Center Architects, Proposed Back Bay Center Development, Boston, 1953
George Applegarth, Downtown Center Garage, San Francisco, 1955
J.H. Skeggs and B.W. Booker, James Lick and Central Freeway Ramps, San Francisco, 1951-55
Kleinweber, Yamasaki and Hellmuth, Pruitt-Igoe Houses, St. Louis, MO, 1950-54; demolished 1972
Seaside, Florida, Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, 1978-83

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Tacoma Art Museum, Antoine Predock with Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, 1997-2003
Union Station, Reed and Stem, 1911; renovation and new federal courthouse, Merritt and  Pardini, 1990-92
Washington State History Museum, Charles Moore and Arthur Andersson, 1992-96
Bridge of Glass, Arthur Andersson with Dale Chihuly, 2000-2002
Museum of Glass, Arthur Erickson with Nick Milkovich Architects and Thomas Cook Reed Reinvald, 1996-2002
Pagni and Lenti Grocery (1702 Pacific Ave.), 1890
Russell T. Joy Building (1716 Pacific Ave.), Russell and Babcock, 1892
West Coast Grocery Building (1736 Pacific Ave.), 1891
Birmingham Hay and Seed Company (1740 Pacific Ave.), Proctor and Farrell, 1903
Birmingham Block (1748 Pacific Ave.), 1893
Garretson Woodruff Pratt Building (1754 Pacific Ave.), Frederick Saxton, 1891
Walsh and Gardner Building (1908 Pacific Ave.), Carl August Darmer, 1912
Wiegel Candy Company (1922 Pacific Ave.), 1904
Davies Building (1926 Pacific Ave.), Burke and Houser, 1890-96
Reese, Crandall, and Redman Building (1930 Pacific Ave.), 1890
McDonald and Smith/Bradley, Morely & Co. (1932 and 1936 Pacific Ave.), Burke and Houser,  1890-96
Harmon Furniture Mfr. Co. (1938 and 1946 Pacific Ave.), Carl August Darmer, 1909
West Coast Wagon Works (1950 Pacific Ave.), Jay Knapp, 1906
Snoqualmie Falls Power House, 1902
Tioga Building (1901 Jefferson), Rothe and Co., 1890
Swiss Hall (1906 Jefferson), Heath and Gove, 1913

UWT Campus, Phase 1, Moore Ruble Yudell, 1991-97
UWT Campus, Phase 2a, LMN Architects, 1999-2001 (includes Science Building and Carwein Auditorium)
UWT Campus, Phase 2b, McGranahan Partnership; BOLA Architecture and Planning (Cherry-Parkes Building); Miller-Hull Partnership (Mattress Factory Building), 2002-2003 (Phase 2b certified LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) silver, first at UW)
UWT Assembly Hall, Thomas Hacker Architects, 2007-2008