Architecture Hall

3943 Stevens Way, Seattle, WA 98195


Architecture Hall was designed in 1907 by Howard & Galloway of San Francisco as a chemistry building, but served as the Fine Arts Palace for the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition(AYPE). In 1937, when the Department of Chemistry moved to the new Bagley Hall, it was renamed Physiology Hall, as the Department of Physiology occupied most of the building. In 1950 the Department of Architecture moved into the building and it was given the name Architecture Hall. Architecture Hall was remodeled by Thomas Hacker & Associates in 2006-2007, a process that included opening up the studio spaces on the second floor and the creation of a glazed exhibition and review space. The building now houses the Department of Construction Management, Department of Architecture studios, faculty offices, and university classrooms.

Building Hours

Public Hours
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Building Hours
Monday – Thursday, 7:30 am – 9:30 pm
Friday, 7:30 am – 6:00 pm

Special events hours as required
Closed on University holidays

Driving + Parking

Disability Services


Architecture Hall G042, 110, 140 and 250
Architecture Hall G070, 160, 147 (Classroom Support Services managed)

Special Features

Safety Information

Emergency Assembly Areas
(Campus Map):

C-7 Parking AreaC-7 Parking Area

Floor Plan

2nd Floor
Architecture Hall - 2nd Floor

1st Floor
Architecture Hall - 1st Floor

Ground Floor
Architecture Hall - Ground Floor

Transportation Options

Metro Transit

Community Transit
Route 810 McCollum Park to University District
Route 821 Marysville to University District
Route 855 Lynwood to University District
Route 860 McCollum Park to University District
Route 871 Edmonds Park & Ride to University District
Route 880 Mukilteo to University District

Sound Transit Link Light Rail