Former CEO of Stillwater Dwellings
Matthew was a senior associate with the prominent Seattle architectural firm Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects. There he participated in a range of residential projects before leaving in 2004 to form Stannard Architects, and later Stillwater Dwellings. Prior to moving to Seattle, his career included stints with firms in Wellington, NZ and London – including Terry Farrell and Partners.
The Rise of Factory-built Housing: Episode 1
Between 1908 and 1942, Sears sold 100,000 homes that were delivered in kits consisting of 12,000 pieces. While Sears is no longer in the business of making prefabricated homes, a number of technology-driven startups have picked up the mantle and are now delivering new kinds of kits, which, once they’re put together, make modern homes. In the first episode of a 6-part series on the future of homebuilding, Andrew interviews some of the most innovative companies that are reinventing the way we think about prefabricated housing.
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