Earn 7.25 HSW online "Density Done Right" Housing Forum

Filmed live on May 20 at the 2019 Housing Design Forum, Density Done Right is now available in 7 individual sessions online for up to 7.25 continuing education HSW credits.This series of case studies and lightning talks offers innovative strategies for achieving higher housing density, creating more housing options that support vibrant communities, and promoting equity, sustainability and livability in rapidly changing neighborhoods. Learn from architects, planners and developers on the forefront of density done right.

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Social Occupation
Lorcan O’Herlihy, FAIA, passionately illustrates how his projects serve as a social act–a tool for engaging in politics, economics, aesthetics, and smart, sustainable growth.

 

City planners Heather Worthington and Paul Mogush discuss Minneapolis 2040, one of the nation’s most progressive planning strategies for creating higher density and more housing options for all.

 

The Roost: Micro Housing, Community and Cultural Space
David Neiman discusses his firm’s innovative designs that focus on livability, affordability, community and access to housing, overcoming market constraints and achieve a 5-Star Built Green certification.

 

 

Pax Futura: A High-Performance Community
Designer and developer Sloan Ritchie of Cascade Built and designer Brittany Porter of Weber Thompson present Pax Futura, Seattle’s first certified multi-family Passive House building.

 

 

Carey Dagliano, LEED AP BD+C and landscape architect Rachael Meyer, GRP, LEED AP of Weber Thompson and Faduma Ahmed, MPA, of HomeSight present a case study of the community-based planning and design process of Othello Square, a recent affordable housing project.

 

Ian Butcher AIA, and Kailin Gregga AIA, of Seattle-based Best Practice present a series of delightful case studies of affordable accessory dwelling units.

 

 

In this series of “lightning talks,” seven planners, designers, architects and builders provide distinct strategies for creating more sustainable, livable and affordable urban residential developments and safe pedestrian corridors.
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