2016 Urban Housing Forum: Room for Growth
The Urban Housing Forum will examine how housing design and policy can serve as catalysts for livability and quality of place in an increasingly dense city. This full-day program will include presentations on innovative projects across scales and typologies; an exploration of new regulatory and development strategies; and an investigation into housing’s unique and significant role in shaping individual lives, creating a sense of community, and the overall design of the city. During the forum we will explore what it will take for Seattle to become a model for balancing growth and density to create a livable city for all.
Registration Close Date: Monday, April 18, 2016
- Based on innovative projects, approaches, and technologies presented at the forum, participants will be able to explain strategies for balancing quality housing design with increasing density.
- Participants will be able to summarize the current state of urban housing in Seattle and the region, and explain the historic policies and trends shaping the housing landscape.
- Participants will be able to employ solutions for housing by utilizing insights gained from architects working with a wide range of clients, including homeless individuals, renters, and home owners.
- Participants will be able to identify the social, economic, and political obstacles that stand in the way of innovative architectural solutions amid rapid urban growth, and the resources and partnerships that are available to help navigate these obstacles.
- 8:00AM – 8:30AM: Registration
- 8:30AM – 5:00PM: Program
2016 Urban Housing Forum Program
includes 8 LU|HSW, coffee, light breakfast, lunch, and afternoon coffee
$234.00 AIA Members
$234.00 Government / Partners (APA, HDC, ULI)
$142.00 AIA Associates
David Baker, FAIA | Principal, David Baker Architects
Rick Mohler, AIA | Principal, Mohler + Ghillino Architects / Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Washington
Dawn Bushnaq, AIA | Architect, Bushnaq Studio Architecture + Design
Scot Carr, AIA | Partner, Public47 Architects LLC
Edna Cho | Senior Housing Planner, City of Vancouver
Rex Hohlbein | Founder, Rex Hohlbein Architects
Ray Johnston, FAIA | Co-Founder, Johnston Architects
Bradley Khouri, AIA | Principal, b9 Architects
Ali Moddares | Professor of Geography and Director of Urban Studies, University of Washington Tacoma
Kevin Tabari, AIA | Partner, Public47 Architects LLC
Catherine Weatbrook | Co-Chair, City Neighborhood Council
Marty Curry | Affiliate Assistant Professor of Urban Design and Planning, University of Washington
Liz Dunn | Principal, Dunn + Hobbes, LLC
Mark Hinshaw, FAIA | Chief Urban Designer for Yesler Terrace, Seattle Housing Authority / Principal, Walker Macy
Marty Kooistra | Executive Director, Housing Development Consortium
David Neiman, AIA | Principal, Neiman Taber Architects
Leslie Brinson Price | Senior Policy Advisor, Mayor’s Office of Policy and Innovation, City of Seattle
Ed Weinstein, FAIA | Principal, Weinstein A+U
2016 Urban Housing Foum_Speaker Bios
All speakers subject to change.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR 2016 URBAN HOUSING FORUM SPONSORS
2016 URBAN HOUSING FORUM TASK FORCE
Carl Dominguez, AIA, Schacht | Aslani Architects (Co-Chair)
Garrett Reynolds, AIA, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (Co-Chair)
Dawn Bushnaq, AIA, Bushnaq Architecture + Studio
Julie Campbell, AIA, CTA Design Builders, Inc.
Steve Dewalt, Interurban Development
Susan Ingham, AIA, KASA Architecture
Myra Lara, Sundberg Kennedy Ly-Au Young Architects
Tom Lawrence, Lawrence Architecture
Contact AIA Seattle Interim Program Manager Katie Kemezis.
Registration and Credit Questions?
Contact AIA Seattle Membership Manager May Ruiz.
Contact AIA Seattle Managing Director Kimber Leblicq.
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2016 Urban Housing Forum: Room for Growth
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