A City To Love: Visions of a Public Realm w/ Urban Design Forum
Seattle is comprised of 14,000 acres of rights-of-way, over 25% of our urban environment. How can we better leverage the potential of these spaces to make our city more livable as it rapidly grows denser? As Runstad Fellows, a group of built environment thought leaders, faculty from the UW College of Built Environment and students pursuing Master of Science in Real Estate traveled to Auckland, New Zealand to study how they more fully utilize their rights-of-way and the design, policy and governance strategies they’ve employed to do so. Join us for a presentation of their findings and what they might mean for Seattle.
Runstad Fellows Rick Mohler AIA, Principal at Mohler + Ghillino Architects, Associate Professor & Graduate Program Coordinator at UW Dept. of Arch. & Barbara Swift FASLA, of Swift Company Landscape Architects
RSVP by Monday, July 17, 2017.