Thanks to everyone who joined the discussion! The event was engaging, insightful, and relevant for both the public and the design community. A special thanks to David Neiman for moderating and our stellar panel - Josh Bower, David Cutler, Gabriel Grant, Cary Moon, and Nick Welch.
**All images courtesy of William Wright
Is Seattle's current zoning code preventing or encouraging positive growth in Seattle?
What actions can developers, architects, planners, politicians, taxpayers do to create positive change in Seattle's growth - urbanistically, demographically, culturally, and spatially?
Where are there areas of potential innovative ways of growth and change, pertaining to housing and zoning?
In participation of this year's Seattle Design Festival and Design in Public’s year’s theme of “Design Change,” b9 architects is excited to host a panel discussion on the relation between housing and zoning in terms of Seattle’s current growth.
Through both a moderated conversation with our esteemed panel and the opportunity for an open dialogue about Seattle's rapidly changing urban fabric, we will delve into issues of zoning, density, value, and change. We invite you to join the conversation about how to create positive change and growth in Seattle!
Where: b9 architects
When: Friday, Sept. 16, 6-8 PM
David Neiman (moderator)
Neiman Taber Architects
Veris Law Group
Principal, Office for the City
Principal, Spectrum Development Solutions
Seattle Office of Planning and Community Development