Structure Type: built works - public buildings - schools - university buildings

Designers: Liddle and Jones, Architects (firm); Robert M. Jones (architect); Alan Curtis Liddle (architect)

Dates: constructed 1969

3 stories

University of Washington, Seattle, WA

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This three-story building, housing classrooms, seminar spaces, offices and teaching laboratories, had consistent architectural features with the adjacent Marine Sciences Building, completed two years before; they possessed poured-in-place concrete walls, scored to delineate floor levels, and patinated copper mansard roofs. The architectural firm of Liddle and Jones, based in Tacoma, WA, designed both. These two, related buildings were the firm's most prominent works on the University of Washington campus. (Liddle and Jones also designed an addition to the Harris Hydraulics Laboratory in 1960.)

PCAD id: 9773