From Architects + Artisans
 
 
PULLMAN, Wash. – The architect who has left the Northwest with an abiding legacy of buildings that combine art, nature and a new urban culture is about to give the region something more: A retrospective exhibition of 30 of his designs, spanning a 45-year career.
 
The Museum of Art at Washington State University in Pullman will host “Jim Olson: Architecture for Art” Sept. 30-Dec. 10. It promises to explore his residential work as well as public spaces.
 
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