Part of a collection containing approximately 1100 student drawings from the University of Washington Department of Architecture from its inception in 1914 until 1961 when the Department of Architecture had completely phased out all elements of the Beaux Arts system and became the College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Freshman design drawing completed June 8, 1931. Watercolor rendering with penciled plan and section drawing of a walled plaza with tomb enclosed by two stairwells leading to a chapel with stained glass cross window. Plan shows the layout of the chapel and site, while the section drawing reveals the richly decorated interior.
Erling Bugge was the student recipient of the 1935 AIA Award for Distinction in Design. Bugge worked as Head of the Real Estate/Construction Department at Sears Roebuck, 1939-1950, then for William G. Brust and Associates, 1951-1954. Later career unknown.
Photographed with a Canon Digital Rebel XTi in RGB Color. Saved in TIFF format and resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop and imported as JPEG2000 using ContentDM's software JPEG2000 Extension. 2012