Unreinforced Masonry: Connecting | Preparing | Preserving
Join Seattle Architecture Foundation and the curator of AIA Seattle's When Seattle Shakes, Mary Waelder, for a conversation that touches on the personal, cultural, and structural consequences of living in a seismic zone.
How does living in an earthquake zone impact you? Are you prepared for the next big one? Learn what local preservationists, architects, and engineers are doing to protect our city’s heritage and communities. Connect the past to the present, prepare for the future, preserve our heritage.
Moderator: Mary Waelder | Architect at SHKS Architects and When Seattle Shakes Curator
- Lisa Nitze | Co-Founder of ASAP!, V.P. Marketing, Investments, Community Partnerships at Nitze-Stagen
- Kate Weiland | Associate Principal at BuildingWork, AIA
- Eugenia Woo | Historic Seattle, Director of Preservation Services
Photo Credit: Earthquake damage to Cadillac Hotel 2nd Ave S in Pioneer Square, 2001
Creative Commons, Seattle Municipal Archives
Special Thanks to our When Seattle Shakes Exhibit Sponsors:
Coughlin Porter Lundeen | Degenkolb | Holmes Group
Initial Pixel | Swenson Say Fagét| BNBuilders| Code Unlimited