Living Small: Ideas for Living in the City

By 2015 Emerging Professionals Travel Scholarship Recipient Garrett Reynolds

April 21 – June 25 // TUES-FRI 10am-6pm + SAT 1-5pm

See photos here from Trevor Dykstra from our Opening Reception!
Free Admission

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 explores what other growing cities can teach us about  housing  for our future.

Living Small, hosted  by AIA Seattle, will be on display at the Center for Architecture  & Design, Seattle’s premier public space  for exhibitions, discussions, and professional exchange on architecture and design.

Thank you to Hart Boyd for installation images and to our Living Small sponsors:

 

 

 

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