Originally accessed:
"Martin's application lays out the building's history and significance. It was designed by a group called The Architect Artist Group (TAAG), which consisted of Wendell Lovett, Gene Zema, and Daniel Streissguth, all highly respected (and still living) local architects, and structural engineer Gerard Torrence and artist, Spencer Moseley. All, except Zema, taught courses at the UW at the time. It was a highly influential group, not just for their work here and elsewhere, but on the campus itself. Zema and Streissguth, for example, also designed Gould Hall, home of the University's architecture school." Article by Knute Berger.