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Streetscape of University Way in U-District, Seattle, Washington

Streetscape of University Way in U-District, Seattle, Washington

(UW-06) Streetscape about the Intersection of NE 43rd Street and University Way, Seattle, Washington

Due to the size of the UW Greek system, fraternity and sorority members make up a sizeable portion of the local cafes' and bars' clientele. Other bars have a wider base of patrons. On Thursday (when many Greek parties are held to deter high-schoolers) and Friday nights, it is not uncommon for parties to spill out into the local streets within the area. As a result of a contest held by the University Commercial Club in 1919, 14th Avenue (by then already known as "The Avenue" or "The Ave") was renamed University Way, and the neighborhood was renamed the University District. The University District (commonly, the U District) is a district of neighborhoods in Seattle, so named because the main campus of the University of Washington (UW) is located there. The district of neighborhoods grew with the university to become like a smaller version of urban American cities.The University of Washington brings in hordes of students, giving the neighborhood its young orientation. The intellectual and artistic life of the campus is reflected in the cultural events, galleries, bookstores and films on and around the university. 

College Inn on the intersection of NE 40th Street and University Way, Seattle

Streetscape of University Way in U-District, Seattle, Washington

University Bookstore on University Way, Seattle, Washington  

The neighborhood immediately to the west of the University of Washington attracts students and locals for shopping, snacking and strolling. The main thoroughfare, University Way is usually referred to by its nickname, "the Ave." Neptune, Varsity and Grand Illusion cinemas are located here, as are numerous coffeehouses: Cafe Allegro and Perkengrüven among them. Shops sell futons, trendy shoes and cheap clothing. The large University Bookstore anchors the neighborhood
华盛顿大学西面的生活区吸引学生和当地居民购物,餐饮和漫步。主要的街道就是大学路。这里有海王星,瓦希蒂和大幻影电影院,包括Allegro and Perkengrüven咖啡在内的和众多的咖啡屋,可折叠家具店,时尚的鞋垫和廉价店等,而规模较大的大学书店则是该街区的中流砥柱。

UW Tower in U-District, Seattle, Washington

The neighborhood's skyline landmarks (other than the UW campus) are its tallest buildings: UW Tower (formerly Safeco Plaza), originally headquarters of Safeco Corporation, is located at the corner of Brooklyn Avenue NE and NE 45th Street. It was built in 1973, and at 22 stories high is the city's tallest building outside Downtown. 

Waterfront of Portage Bay of Lake Washington, Seattle, Washington

The Bronze George Washington Monument and Campanile in front of central plaza, Seattle, Washington

In front of central plaza (red square), the bronze George Washington Monument, which was placed in 1939, was designed by Larado Taft, one of the major American sculptors at the turn of century. There are also fully equipped audio-visual study cubicles, whose expression on the extension of this concrete-frame and brick building makes for an interesting visual presence on the plaza. Left side is Odegaard Undergraduate library named at the Charles Odegaard’s retirement in 1973. The right side is new Mini Hall..  The background of the drawing View of Lake Washington in South Campus of UW is Marine Science Building, which has structural vocabulary of poured and textured concrete. It is quite famous with its beautiful shoreline. Marine sciences buildings pushed UW campus south to Portage Bay.
华盛顿大学中心广场前(也称之为红色广场),由Larado Taft(莱瑞道•塔夫,世纪初美国著名的雕刻家之一)设计的这座乔治•华盛顿青铜塑像于1939年矗立在这个中心广场上。广场上还矗立着内部充满设备的立方体管,其伸展的混凝土框架及砖砌的外表,使之成为广场上另一个视觉焦点。广场左侧是Odegaard本科生图书馆,右侧为弥尼(Mini)馆,内有一座多功能的报告演出厅。 华盛顿大学南校区以其优美的湖畔而闻名。在这幅画面背景中的建筑是海洋科学馆,它显露出的现浇混凝土质感和结构成为其特色。该建筑使华盛顿大学的校园延伸至勃蒂奇(Portage)湾。

Smith Wing of Gerberding Hall, Seattle, Washington

In campus of University of Washington, especially notable part of Gerberding Hall is Smith Room located at the west end of the new wing, which named for Charles W. Smith, University librarian., the room has a rich inventory of iconography.  
华盛顿大学校园内Gerberding馆中最优雅精致的部分是西端的(Smith)史密斯翼,它是以学校图书馆馆长Charles W. Smith命名的,史密斯馆内拥有丰富的有关图像方面的库藏。

Eagleson Hall in U-District, Seattle, Washington

Eagleson Hall is Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences of University of Washington.

Waterfront of Portage Bay of Lake Washington, Seattle, Washington

Suzzallo library, Kane Hall, and Broken Obelisk around central plaza(Red Square), Seattle, Washington

Kane hall, named for the university’s fourteenth President, the Scholarly Thomas F. Kane. Kane Hall has a frankly brutal presence on the plaza. The rhythm of the piers does support a consciousness of the similar structural module in Suzzallo Library. Barnett Hewman’s twenty-six-foot-high steel Broken Obelisk provide a much needed embellishment to the plaza. 
Kane(凯恩)馆是以学校第十四任校长,学者Thomas F. Kane命名的,该建筑所展现的坦率而朴素的外表是其特征,同时它那强烈节奏感的柱廊有力地呼应了Suzzallo图书馆所表现在的结构模数的节奏。Barnett Hewman的二十六英尺高的由铁锈制成的破碎的方尖碑的雕塑为广场提供了恰到好处的视觉焦点。

Suzzallo library and Gerberding Hall, Seattle, Washington

Suzzallo library, named for the University’s fifteenth president, Henry Suzzallo. In size, height, library would visually dominate the central plaza. The dominant feature of the library’s west façade (brick, terra-cotta, and cast stone) is the row of eleven great thirty-five-foot Gothic-tracened stained-glass windows. The piers go above the roof parapet to establish the rhythm of the Gothic structure (though without any Gothic structural principle, what you see both externally and internally is romantic envelope enclosing a modern steel-frame structural skeleton). 
Suzzallo图书馆,是以学校第十五任校长Henry Suzzallo命名,该图书馆无论从尺度和体量上,都会在视觉上占中心广场的统治地位。图书馆最显著的特征是其西立面,由砖、陶、凿石等构成的墙上,镶嵌着一系列十一个跨度三十五英尺的,具有哥特遗风的彩色玻璃窗。竖向的柱直升至屋顶的女儿墙,创造出哥特建筑的节奏韵律(尽管没有反映任何哥特建筑的结构内涵,人们所欣赏到的,无论是室内还是室外,是一层赋有浪漫色彩的装饰覆盖着现代钢结构的框架)。

Streetscape of University Way in U-District, Seattle, Washington

Madeline Bread & Dessert on the Corner of University Way and NE 42nd Street, Seattle, Washington

Street corner of intersection of NE 45th Street and University Way, Seattle, Washington

Streetscape of NE 43rd Street Viewed from 15th Ave NE, the Roots Young Adult Shelter on the Left, Seattle, Washington

Apartment Building on University Way and University Christian  Church on the 50th Street on the background, Seattle, Washington
 大学路上普通公寓, 远处是50街上的大学基督教教堂。

The Courtyard of Apartment Buildings on the 12th Ave NE, Seattle, Washington

The Apartment Building in the Alley, Seattle, Washington

Streetscape of University Way in U-District, Seattle, Washington

Professional Copy & Print Storefront on the Corner of University Way and NE 42nd Street, Seattle, Washington

Thompson Hall, Pullman, Washington

Thompson Hall is the oldest standing building on campus, designed by noted Seattle architect, James Stephen and his Chicago trained partner, Timothetus Jesnhans. Their firm was selected over 16 other entries in an architectural competition held by the Board of Reagents. Thompson Hall was constructed using local red brick made from clay deposit in back of what is now Stevens Hall. Until 1968, it served as the Administration building as well as housing a number of other university functions. It is prominently sited and immediately identifiable by its two large towers, one truncated and one with conical roof. The romantic Victorian Romanesque character of the building is further enhanced by rich variety of windows and entryways and the use of rock-faced granite. It is one of WSU's most notable buildings, an excellent example of an early ideal in education architecture.“
汤普森馆是矗立于华盛顿州立大学校园内最早的建筑之一。它是由西雅图知名的建筑师詹姆斯.斯蒂芬和他在芝加哥的合伙人提摩岱斯. 荣汉斯共同设计的。他们的公司是经过由校务委员会举办的,有十六家公司参加的设计竞赛中中选而获得该工程的委托。采用由当地积淀的粘土烧制的红砖。直至1968年汤普森馆一直作为学校的行政及管理中心。位于校园内显著的地段上,两座体量突出的塔楼(一座呈圆锥状,另一座为圆台体型)赋予建筑易识别的显著特征。整幢建筑具有浪漫气质的维多利亚风格,又被丰富而有变化的窗户及入口所强化。汤普森馆是华盛顿州立大学最显著的建筑,是早期教育建筑的典范。

Bryan Hall, Pullman, Washington (WSU-02)

Across a sweeping, tree-lined lawn from Thompson Hall is Bryan Hall. at Washington State University in Pullman, the clock tower atop Bryan Hall marks the center of campus.
Beacy A. Bryan, appointed July 22, 1893, was the first influential president of WSU. Bryan guided WSU toward respectability and is arguably the most influential figure in the history of WSU. The landmark clock tower in the center of campus is his namesake.
Bryan Hall was the second building built on the campus of Washington State University. The building retains its original design aspects and is considered to be a "vaudeville" style house. Bryan Hall uses a "Maas-Rowe Carillon" that "controls the bells that ring from the clock tower, however the original 56 bell carillon is still in place in the building and could be used. The current carillon uses the amplifier of the original system but not the bells. The bells that are heard here now are actually from a digital sound system. 

Carpenter Hall, Pullman, Washington 

Carpenter Hall is home to one of the best-equipped schools of architecture in the country. Upper level architecture students have their own workstations supplied with specialized software, and vital resources are never far away with a complete architecture library located on the ground floor.