Aggregate Urbanism is a class project by students in theUrban Landscapes course at the University of Washington taught by Prof. Jeff Hou. The course examines the multiple and competing forces that influence the making of urban landscapes. It addresses urban design from a landscape perspective that sees the urban environment as a continuum of movements, processes, and change. In examining the multiple forces shaping urban forms and processes, it investigates different paradigms and visions of cities, contestations of meanings and understandings, the social and political process of placemaking, and phenomenology and imaginaries of urban space. Aggregate Urbanism helps shape this discussion as it insists that the city is the sum of multiple parts, an accretion of experiences large and small, permanent and ephemeral, formal and informal. For more information, contact urbanla[at]u.washington.edu.