Miller Hull

Lindsay Koski

Seattle Studio

“Think of buildings as rainforests. Think of the development that occurs over time as the growth of a monocrop. Think of species being removed. When rainforests are ultimately cleared to grow these monocrops, they quickly become barren. As architects, there are many possibilities that arise from re-examining a neighborhood as an inclusive place to prevent the monocrop, or the monoculture. This way of thinking is valuable not only from an environmental perspective, but a human one.”

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