This two-day forum will explore approaches to integrated care for behavioral health, provider initiatives for community wellness, and various research, tools and strategies currently informing healthcare design.
Futurama Redux: Urban Mobility After Cars And Oil considers how a transition to postcarbon urban mobility might foster sustainability, resilience, and security while improving quality of life.
Developed by future urban mobility think tank Smarter Than Car, the exhibit is simultaneously inspired by and a critique of the original Futurama exhibit from the 1939 World’s Fair in New York. Join us for the Opening Reception December 7, 6-8pm, Guided Tours December 8-9, and Imagineering a Post-Carbon Seattle December 9, 2-4pm.
Join Doug Green and Amber Hardwick, attorneys at Green & Yalowitz, to discuss whether and why it is important to use written agreements between client and architect for residential and smaller commercial projects. Subjects that should always be covered in written agreements and letter-format agreements vs. manuscript agreements vs. AIA form agreements will be discussed in this hour-long lunchtime session.
AIA Seattle’s Corporate Allied Partners (CAPs) enliven the AIA Seattle community and value involvement with AIA Members. Our sponsors also offer their knowledge and expertise in the field to help our members earn their continuing education credits through our CAP Collaboration Educational Series. Join us December 8 for the Practice Management and December 14 for the Sustainable Design CAP Classes.
AIA Seattle hosted the 67th annual Honor Awards for Washington Architecture to celebrate excellence in design. Across the spectrum of project types, the jury commended the strong design culture represented by both the breadth and quality of submitted projects, and applauded the winners for their masterful use of materials and high marks on building craft.
$5000 to support travel and research for Emerging Professionals
AIA Seattle’s 2018 Emerging Professionals Travel Scholarship seeks to expand the experience and leadership opportunities of young professionals, encourage cross-cultural dialogue in the profession, and share knowledge from architecture practices around the globe with members in the Puget Sound. The $5,000 scholarship is generously funded by Seattle-area Fellows and Members of the AIA. Eligibility: AIA Seattle Members or Associate Members who have graduated from an accredited architecture program within the last 7 years.