Sunday, 24 January, 2021
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The 70th annual Honor Awards showcase Seattle's flourishing architectural design community. I'll always hold a soft spot in my heart for the old Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, specifically its café, a cozy wood paneled hideaway on the...
On Monday, Seattle Parks and Recreation (Parks, for short) released a preliminary site plan for the new Green Lake Community Center as part of the third open house for the redevelopment project. The Urbanist covered the past two open...
https://youtu.be/5yIswZLu_cY Dave Amos walks through the history of strip malls, how they are designed, and how they are being adapted.
As Seattle’s economy adapts to the crisis of the global pandemic, our city still faces pressures of a growing population. Articles have littered the airwaves asking if Seattle is Dying, is the city dead, and are people fleeing Seattle...
On October 12th, Sound Transit began their online open house for the 130th Street light rail station's design. Approved by voters in 2016, this station will eventually join the Lynnwood Link expansion stations and 145th station to bring light...
https://youtu.be/4aJ0tRd10I4 Dave Amos of City Beautiful explains the history of city design in the Americas, which were shaped by the Spanish Conquistadors.
Accessory dwelling unit (ADU) reform has been taking off across the Puget Sound region. Seattle, Tacoma, and Burien all approved sweeping changes to ADUs last year followed by Kirkland in March. Seattle also took a step further this week...
We know two things are true: we need more housing—1.8 million more people are expected to move to the Puget Sound region before 2050—and our region is falling behind our climate goals, as evidenced by the fires raging across...