Brigitte Shim + Howard Sutcliffe Present housing/house/home | Virtual Housing Design Week
Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County has called for a General Strike and Silent March in the state of Washington on Friday, June 12. In response, this session has been rescheduled for Monday, June 15.
Adhering to the original theme imbued with new meaning, AIA Seattle presents Finding Balance Across the Spectrum of Residential Design: Virtual Housing Design Week. Join us online June 8-12 for a full week of continuing education webinars, discussions, film screenings, art, and engagement focused on small scale residential design inspiration and practice issues. Design Week concludes with keynotes Brigitte Shim and Howard Sutcliffe presenting housing/house/home.
MONDAY, JUNE 15
FRIDAY JUNE 12 | CLOSING KEYNOTE
HOUSING / HOUSE / HOME presented by Shim-Sutcliffe Architects
9:00 – 10:30 AM PT | Webinar, featuring:
Brigitte Shim, Hon. FAIA, FRAIC and A. Howard Sutcliffe, Hon. FAIA, FRAIC are both principals in the design firm Shim-Sutcliffe Architects based in Toronto, Canada. Brigitte Shim is also a Professor at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto. Shim-Sutcliffe’s built work explores the integration and interrelated scales of architecture, landscape, furniture and fittings. To date, Shim and Sutcliffe have received fifteen Governor General’s Medals and Awards for Architecture from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and an American Institute of Architects National Honor Award along with many other professional accolades for their built work ranging from projects for non-profit groups to public and private clients. Their work has been published internationally and they have both lectured around the world sharing interest and passion for design at all scales.
Registration includes 1.5 AIA LU HSW. All sessions and speakers subject to change.
$15 AIA Member
$10 Associate Member
Registration deadline: 12:00PM Friday, June 5
Reduced rate options are available (priority given to AIA members). Please submit the Continuing Education Scholarship / Reduced Rate Request form via email by Monday, June 1.
- Through a survey of award-winning case studies, identify innovative design details that reflect unique cultural and geographical contexts (from Hawaii to Moscow), and support end-user needs.
- Analyze a variety of planning processes that integrate early community engagement and end-user feedback, including the design of full scale mockups.
- Evaluate the planning configurations, mechanical systems, and controls that support a community’s articulated differentiation between ‘housing’ and ‘home.’
- Describe the health and well-being outcomes for aging communities, if all designers were to approach healthcare as they would a home, driven by client values and feedback.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR HOUSING DESIGN WEEK SPONSORS
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR PLANNING TASK FORCE
Garrett Reynolds (Chair) | Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Karen DeLucas | Karen DeLucas Architecture
Julie Campbell | CTA Design Builders
Susan Ingham | KASA Architecture
Tom Lawrence | Tom Lawrence Architecture
Colbi Cannon | Gray Cedar
Registration or Credit Questions?
Contact Zoe Guckenheimer, Program & Event Coordinator at AIA Seattle
Contact Cassie Blair, Associate Director of Programs & Impact at AIA Seattle
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