Living Small: Ideas on living in the City
Seattle architect Garrett Reynolds is the 2015 recipient of the AIA Emerging Professionals Travel Scholarship for his proposal to study small dwellings in dense, urban contexts. His research questions how to design tomorrow’s dwellings to match the evolving ways in which we are living in cities today.
As Seattle grows, how can housing design keep pace with the evolving ways we are living in cities? Is small housing a viable option? Can smaller spaces make for better living? This exhibit of micro-living spaces in dense urban environments in Copenhagen, New York, Stockholm, and Tokyo explored what other growing cities can teach us about housing for our future.
On display at the Center for Architecture & Design, April 21 – June 11, 2016.