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November 2014

Getting to Zero: Session 1

November 7, 2014 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm

Part one of a four-part series, Getting to Zero’s Session 1: “Market Realities & the Value Proposition for Net Zero Energy Buildings” introduces the Getting to Zero program, provides an overview of the state of net zero energy building design, and explores how we define value for net zero energy buildings. Following sessions in this series will delve into design; construction and project hand-off; and ownership and long-term operations. All sessions will explore the cross-cutting themes of identifying and overcoming…

June 2015

Join space.city for an evening lecture by Architect and Educator Frank Harmon, FAIA.

Frank Harmon FAIA Lecture with space.city

June 8, 2015 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Join space.city for an evening lecture by Architect and Educator Frank Harmon, FAIA. Read more

August 2015

Urban Design Forum presents Spencer Williams on Urban Design and the Draft Comprehensive Plan

August 26, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Urban Disgn Forum presents Spencer Williams, Urban Designer and Planner from Futurewise who will lead a presentation and discussion on URBAN DESIGN and the DRAFT SEATTLE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. William’s works within the Livable Communities Program promoting healthy, connected and equitable communities. Review the Draft Comprehensive Plan. For more information contact Cameron Hall or Marisa Hagney.

November 2015

AIA Seattle's Urban Design Forum and VIA Architecture host a discussion about Seattle's fast growing and ever-changing city. Presentations by Jeff Hammerquist and Dan Bertolet and a hands-on activity ask participants to think creatively about where the city can best accommodate growth.

Urban Design Forum | Share the City

November 10, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

AIA Seattle’s Urban Design Forum and VIA Architecture host a discussion about Seattle’s fast growing and ever-changing city. Presentations by Jeff Hammerquist and Dan Bertolet and a hands-on activity ask participants to think creatively about where the city can best accommodate growth. Read more

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