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Male, born 1934


Professional History

Teaching

Assistant Professor, University of Michigan (U of M), Ann Arbor, MI.

Assistant Professor, University of Washington, Seattle (UW), College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP), Seattle, WA, 1964- .

Associate Professor, University of Washington, Seattle (UW), College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP), Seattle, WA.

Professor, University of Washington, Seattle (UW), College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP), Seattle, WA, -2000. He retired from teaching in 2000, but continued to lecture and write into the 2020s.

Professional Activities

Architectural Columnist, Seattle Times, Seattle, WA, 1980s.

Professional Awards

Recipient, University of Washington, Seattle (UW), College of Built Environments, Distinguished Faculty Award for Lifetime Achievement, Seattle, WA, 2018. The College of Built Environments said of his achievement in teaching at the UW in 2018: "Grant Hildebrand (b. 1934) joined the UW architecture department in 1964 and retired in 2000. An award-winning teacher, theorist and writer, he was the first to explore the application of prospect-refuge theory to architecture. As an advocate for Northwest architecture, he was a columnist in the Seattle Timesin the 1980s, and subsequently has published a series of books about notable Seattle architects and their work." (See University of Washington, Seattle (UW), College of Built Environments.edu, "Ten honored with new CBE Distinguished Faculty Award for Lifetime Achievement," published 2018, accessed 08/02/2022.)


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