Architect James Cutler to speak at WWU Oct. 29
Western Washington University’s Department of Design will present a talk with architect James Cutler at 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 29, in Arntzen Hall 100 on Western’s campus.
The talk is free and open to the public.
James L. Cutler was born in Pennsylvania and is a registered architect in 10 states. He has a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and an additional master’s degree in Architecture from the Louis Kahn Studio Program.
Recently awarded the 2012 Medal of Honor by the American Institute of Architects’ Seattle Chapter, Cutler regularly serves as a juror for national design competitions and has held teaching positions at Dartmouth College, the Harvard University School of Design and the University of California at Berkeley, among others. In addition to his active practice, Cutler teaches a summer design studio at the University of Oregon.
Cutler is also a founding member of the Bainbridge Island Land Trust, a nonprofit organization which acquires interests in land having significant conservation values such as scenic vistas, wetlands, wildlife corridors and protection of animal habitat.
Cutler Anderson Architects currently designs residential and mixed-use projects in Washington, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Vermont, Poland, Russia and Slovakia.
For more information please contact Western’s Department of Design at (360) 650-3660.