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DEC 12 | Collective Works

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Collective Works: An ARCADE + IDSA Year-End Event

Thursday, December 12th
6-9pm
635 Elliott Ave. W., Seattle, WA 98119

Join ARCADE and IDSA NW for “Collective Works: An ARCADE + IDSA Year-End Event and Celebration,” an exciting social event celebrating the power of community and design as we look back at a fantastic 2013 and anticipate a great year to come!

Tickets / 20 – at the door ( cash & cards accepted) / 10 – IDSA Members and Students (must show ID)

In addition to drinks, light fare and our usual holiday festivities – including an auction of coveted getaways and wonderful, locally designed products – we’ll be previewing the anticipated documentary “If You Build It,” a film exploring Studio H’s important work in rural North Carolina with students who transform their community through design.  We’ll also be sharing the results of a design workshop that IDSA and ARCADE collaborated on with students in our own community and take a look at ARCADE’s editorial vision for the year, which includes a special issue, “Empathy, Fire and Spades: Design for Social Innovation.”

Beverages will be flowing.  Good cheer will be plentiful!  Join us as we celebrate design and our amazing creative community!

Event Page: http://arcadenw.org/events/arcade-idsa-year-end-event-and-celebration

Invite Friends via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/395982217199847/

A huge thank you to the event sponsors!

360 Modern/Beech Tree Woodworks/Bellan Construction/Berger Partnership/Cognition Studio/Dovetail General Contractors/Fathom/FLOR Carpet Design Squares/Footprint Exhibits/Hilliard’s Beer/Integrus Architecture/Iron Springs Resort/Jordan T. Adams Events + Creative/Krekow Jennings/Molo/Nussbaum Group/Schuchart/Dow/Triumph Exo & Events/Wacom

And to:

Dry Soda/Gourmondo/MakerHaus/Proletariat/Teague

NOV 4 | AIA 2013 Honor Awards

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AIA 2013 Honor Awards

Monday, November 4
Doors – 5:30pm; Event – 7pm
Benaroya Hall

Review the submitted projects in the Online Gallerypurchase your tickets today.

Architectural practice in Washington encompasses a wide range of work, large and small, physical and conceptual. At its best it is not simply a beautiful object, but a relationship between objects, people, and the environment. The 2013 AIA Honor Awards features new submittal guidelines and judging criteria that recognize our profession’s changing conditions, complexity and expanding scope. We believe that design should embody a balance between INSPIRATION, PROBLEM-SOLVING, ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY, and SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION.

http://www.aiaseattle.org/honorawards2013

OCT 30 | Stella Betts

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Stella Betts | Leven Betts, NY

University of Washington

Fall 2013 Lecture Series

Wednesday, October 30
6pm
Architecture Hall 147 – University of Washington

http://arch.be.washington.edu/

http://www.levenbetts.com/site.html

Stella Betts, together with David Leven, created Leven Betts Studio in New York City in 1997.  The practice has focused on projects relating to issues of the city with works ranging from houses and housing to the CM2.0 Children’s Museums and the Cornell University Sibley Hall. The studio has received numerous awards, including The Architectural League of NY’s Emerging Voices Award 2009 and four AIA NYC Awards; and has lectured and exhibited work internationally. Their monograph Leven Betts: Pattern Recognition (Princeton Architectural Press, 2008) highlights the firm’s belief that the design of meaningful spaces which bring people into an active relationship with architecture requires finding and  inscribing in space the physical marks and temporal patterns of our daily lives. Betts is the coordinator of the graduate thesis program at Parsons and an adjunct faculty member of the Cooper Union Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture.  She received a Master of architecture degree from Harvard University in 1994.

The lecture is free and open to the public and a reception will be held following the evening lecture in Architecture Hall 250.

Co-sponsored by AIA Seattle