Seattle Design Festival Capitol Hill Design Crawl
The Capitol Hill Neighborhood Design Crawl consists of concentrated events, open studios, exhibits, interactive workshops or participatory design interventions that are meant to activate and celebrate the neighborhood.
Design professionals, residents, business owners, and community groups are all invited to activate and celebrate neighborhood identity through a series of design-related events.
Capitol Hill will be August 17th, 9am-10pm, and includes a tour, a film screening, several panel discussions, a charette, a book signing and an exhibit.
Our Neighborhood Hubs will engage festival visitors in the act of design via interactive activities and function as waypoints along the crawl. Schemata Workshop is our scavenger hunt touch-down and Northwest Film Forum will host The Consumer Aesthetic Research Institute: Unearthing the Forgotten Design History of the Recent Past presentation.
A Way of Living – Book Signing
Herman Miller + Civilization
Design Crawl Hub: Schemata Workshop
Design Crawl Hub: Northwest Film Forum
Healing our “Ramps to Nowhere”
Freeway Park Association + Lid I-5
Level Up Your Street!
Seattle Architecture Foundation
People in Mind: Personalities, Purpose and the Design of Places
IIDA NPC Seattle City Center
Ongoing Exhibit: Shapeshifters, The Alchemy of Bonsai and Design
Totokaelo + Pacific Bonsai Museum + GRAY Magazine
Seattle’s city-life balance
Kira Jungfleisch + Goethe Pop Up Seattle
THE PROPOSAL, a film by Jill Magid
Northwest Film Forum
Walking on Freeways: Lid I-5 Study Area Tour
Lid I-5 + Freeway Park Association