Saturday, 31 October, 2020
Marisa Hagney works with communities around the world as part of her role as Living Community Challenge Manager at the International Living Future Institute. She is also Co-Chair of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Seattle's Urban Design Forum and is one...
A 28-story tower planned for site adjacent to Denny Park would bring 268 apartments to South Lake Union, and the project could clear a hurdle on Wednesday. The West Design Review Board will give feedback--and potentially a design recommendation smoothing...
EarthFix takes a close-up look at the world's greenest building, The Bullitt Center, which just so happens to be in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. https://youtu.be/kHtgie2t5UI
It has been nearly two years since Mayor Jenny Durkan directed the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections to fast-track pre-approved designs of backyard cottages. At the time of the announcement, the Mayor’s Office stated, "The City...
About fifty Congress for the New Urbanism conference attendees came together to learn about Community-Oriented Housing on the first full day of CNU25. The workshop, subtitled "Living at the Scale of Sociability," was designed to engage developers, architects and other...
Before most new buildings in Seattle can be constructed, their plans must first go through a process known as “Design Review.” Design Review Boards (DRBs) consist of volunteers selected by the city. These boards review building proposals and recommend...
This Sunday is the grand opening of Seattle's newest parklet, aptly named the 25th and Union Parklet. In the heart of the Central District, the 25th and Union Parklet will be a welcome neighbor to the Cortona Cafe, a favored establishment in...
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...