Category Archives: Planning

Seattle might keep going

The duration and intensity of the Downtown Seattle development boom is getting a little surprising, beyond even my optimistic guesses from a few years ago. This isn’t just another Seattle-type boom. But here’s the kicker: things seem poised to keep … Continue reading

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Dan Stubbergaard of COBE Architects to lecture

Dan Stubbergaard, the founder and creative director of COBE Architects in Copenhagen, will give a free lecture at 6 p.m. Wednesday (April 22) at Architecture Hall 147 at the University of Washington. The UW said COBE is an international architecture … Continue reading

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Paolo Desideri to speak at UW

Paolo Desideri, a professor of architecture and urban design at the “Roma Tre” campus of the University of Rome, will give a free lecture titled “Form as a Resource” at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the University of Washington Architecture Hall … Continue reading

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My Micro NY is made of prefab modular

Brookyn firm nArchitects has designed New York’s first micro-apartment complex. The project, called My Micro NY, is made of prefabricated modular units that will be stacked into place this spring and go on the market this summer. The 55 units … Continue reading

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Turn those substation sites into parks

This former substation site at 3904 N.E. 65th St. was sold last year for development. Photos by Cass Turnbull. Posted by Cass Turnbull ‘It’s not right’.’That’s what I thought when I heard Seattle City Light was going to sell 35 … Continue reading

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