Saturday, 31 October, 2020
On Tuesday, the City of Seattle rolled out a website called ADUniverse that will offer 10 pre-approved accessory dwelling unit (ADU) designs and other information to help homeowners navigate the process of adding a backyard cottage or...
The Unique Urbanism of Disney’s Movie Cities For those of us who adore movies, seven months of pandemic has been a difficult drought. We’re down half a dozen film festivals and two full seasons...
https://youtu.be/ZfYkd6_Kdno Is there any credence to the skyscraper index in forecasting economic downturns? Bloomberg Citylab explores this debated theory.
https://youtu.be/MvXZzKZ3JYQ Architect Michael Murphy provides several examples of how architecture can be designed to uplift, empower, heal, and rejuvenate communities when designed with intention and purpose.
From August 15th through 23rd, festival participants can engage with online events, virtual design challenges, and socially distant outdoor installations. Back in fall of 2019, when the Seattle Design Festival (SDF) organizers chose...
Cohousing offers ways to stay connected during the Covid pandemic that city planners, architects, and community organizers can learn from. This spring, while people across Washington State and beyond were really beginning to understand...
https://youtu.be/yxdIluAPLt8 Cheddar documents the rise of glass building and skyscrapers and how tides are beginning to turn against the overuse of glass in skyscrapers.
Seattle Parks and Recreation's online open house has returned for the Green Lake Community Center/Pool redevelopment project, including the results of the previous open house. The selected and current site, adjacent to Green Lake's commercial core, received overwhelming support at...