Kimo Griggs is an architect and fabricator. As a fabricator he is entranced by tools, their use, their opportunities and their implications. As an architect he is interested in all scales of design, but most especially those of the eye and hand. He teaches design studios and workshop based courses in materials and making, especially digital design and manufacturing technologies.
A member of the UW faculty since 2009, Kimo taught previously at Yale School of Architecture, the Harvard GSD, Columbia University School or Architecture Planning and Preservation, and Carnegie-Mellon University.
- Kimo Griggs will address the UW's DUB (Design Use Build) interdisciplinary research...
- The DMG (in the form of Kimo Griggs ) will participate with other CBE research groups...