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Recognized as one of the top Architectural Design & Drafting programs in Washington State for the past 50 years, EWHS students have won numerous Design and Drafting awards. They consistently place in the top 5 at Local, Regional and State competitions and receive scholarships and advanced placement to Colleges and Universities.

Many students have also submitted proposals and received notable mentions for their entries in National and International Design Competitions.

 

Access to software is available to students including Autodesk, ArchiCAD

and Google SketchUP which offer free downloads of software used in

Design & Engineering professions.

 

Internships and jobs may also be available for qualifying students in addition to opportunities to attend professional workshops and apply for various vocational scholarships. The program is also open to students from other schools and in some cases, transportation may be provided.

 

Students can also receive College credit for successful completion of coursework which has been aligned with local Colleges and Universities curriculum through the Tech Prep program. Dual High School CTE, Math, and Art credit are also available for high school diploma equivalency requirements. Click to learn more

 

We invite you to visit our studio in EWHS at the corner of 76th and 212th St. S.W. in Edmonds, Washington. We are located in C102 . Phone Tim Stensland at (425) 431-6147. or email inquires to: stenslandt@edmonds.wednet.edu

Due to Covid 19 restrictions, physical visits to the studio are not available at this time until further notice.

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Featured Projects

Lynnwood Rotary House 1

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Lynnwood Rotary House 2

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Edmonds 2030 Mixed Use Development
EWHS Architecture students programmed, designed and submitted proposals in response to a Call for Design by the property owner, for a development on the corner of Sunset and Dayton, adjacent to the public fishing pier, marina and beach in their hometown of Edmonds, Washington.
2 teams designed proposals to accommodate a mixed use development that also addressed issues such as neighboring view lines, annual storm water flooding and pedestrian connection to existing pathways linking downtown Edmonds to the waterfront. Click on image to see more.
NASA Space Settlement Competition

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Third year Architecture students have the opportunity to enter this annual International Design Competition sponsored by Architecture publications and organizations around the world. The main objective is to research and identify a social issue linked to architecture and design a solution to resolve or offer alternative ideas to address issues predominately around urban densities.   Click on image to see more                              

Amazon Corporate Headquarters
In 2004, Amazon expanded their corporate offices in downtown Seattle, south of Lake Union. 3rd yr. students took the opportunity to design new corporate headquarters that would include office, retail and food service spaces. The students chose a site in the South Lake Union neighborhood, which encompassed a full city block bordered by streets on all sides. 
The main objective was to create an iconic building that would include the use of 'Green and Sustainable Systems' and minimize the footprint of the building, providing more public areas at street level. Click on image to view the winning design.
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Seattle Center Coliseum Proposal
In 2018, The 56 yr.old Seattle Center Coliseum was renovated to accommodate the new professional sports expansion teams, Seattle Kraken hockey, Seattle Storm WNBA team and larger performance events. Third year students were given a challenge to design a new plan on the existing site, along with parameters and goals for Net Zero 'Green Building' efficiency,
utilizing innovative green technology systems and providing flexible spaces for multiple uses. Click on image to see more.

 
World Trade Center Proposal

More coming soon.