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Aug
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4:00PM - 5:30PM
Online
Online, Seattle WA
This event is free

Presented by:

  • MAKERS Architecture and Urban Design

  • Join us for Defense of density after COVID-19, a 90-minute panel discussion.

    Team: Crisann Brooks, Family Support Program Director, Refugee Women’s Alliance; Brent Butler, Age Friendly Seattle Program Manager, City of Seattle Human Services Department; Donald King, Principal Architect, Mimar Studio; Patience Malaba, Director of Government Relations and Policy, Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County; Rick Mohler, Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Washington; Scott Bonjukian, planner, MAKERS; Erica Bush, urban designer, MAKERS; Katy Saunders, landscape architect, MAKERS

    As urban planners and urban designers, we are constantly looking to what the future will ask of our urban spaces. COVID- 19 has made having a clear understanding of what our futures hold more challenging than ever, but we do now have a significant level of information to respond to. This discussion will center on why density remains a critical design tool for making our cities safer, more resilient, and more equitable and how to continue to support safe, healthy, and equitable urban growth.

    Capacity: 100

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    There will be a presentation and discussion followed Q&A. Registration will remain open until the event begins.