Join us for a discussion focused on the unique code requirements for K-12 educational facilities including fire, occupancy, and 2018 IBC code changes, with case studies.
K-12 Code Requirements will entail a four-hour code discussion focused on the unique code requirements for K-12 educational facilities including fire, occupancy, and 2018 IBC code changes, with case studies. We will illustrate the code requirements, the correct applications and common errors using code illustrations and project examples.
Don’t miss the chance for your work to be featured as an AIA Seattle Home of Distinction in Seattle magazine! Showcase your work to 270,000 readers, 175,000 website visitors, and 50,000 social media followers through Seattle magazine’s print and online articles. Check out the latest Home of Distinction online or in the May 2019 issue. Join us in communicating the value of working with a licensed architect by submitting to the Home of Distinction program by Friday, July 26.
From August 16–25, 2019, the Seattle Design Festival will feature citywide tours, exhibits, outdoor installations, activities, interactive workshops and more. For more information go to designinpublic.org.
AIA Northwest Washington serves our members in North Puget Sound, supporting and promoting the design profession through educational programs and other activities.
AIA Northwest Washington (NWW) serves our members in North Puget Sound, supporting and promoting the design profession through educational programs and other activities. Check here for their latest updates.
Electric Coffin Exhibit on display through August 31
DISCOVER + DISRUPT is a renewed call to balance in the way art functions in a city. Through the art-forward exploration of their own bodies of work, Electric Coffin envisions a world where humanity’s desire for beauty and exploration are met, balancing functional city systems with unexpected moments of whimsy and delight. The exhibit will be in the gallery through August 31st.
AIA Seattle's Advocacy Update Enewsletter delivers advocacy information right to your inbox.
This month in state and local advocacy: updates to Seattle housing legislation regarding ADUs, the Fort Lawton Redevelopment plan; and Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda’s appearance at our first ever City Leaders Breakfast. Read the full June Advocacy Update here.