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Exactly how authentic do we want our outdoor experience to be, and how far do we have to go to find it? How can we protect our natural treasures in the midst of explosive regional population growth? Can we mitigate that human pressure on these environments by leveraging urban wilderness? Wild Tensions: How Design Impacts the Outdoor Experience explores the inherent tensions between our pursuit of the wilderness experiences that are so integral to our Pacif Read More

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Seattle, WA 98104

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Displaced: Design for Inclusive Cities | A Design Ideas Competition

APRIL 17 - JULY 1, 2018
Society is witnessing a time of record migration and displacement. Cities are on the front lines of this global crisis. 60-70% of displaced people now live in cities. As the number of urban displaced persons grows, so does our moral imperative to welcome and embrace them. Read More
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Wild Tensions Family Day

June 16, 10:00 - 2:00 PM
Join the Seattle Architecture Foundation for a special Family Day celebrating the opening of Wild Tensions: How Design Impacts the Outdoor Experience! Create your own delicious snacks at our trail mix bar, build your own wilderness shelter, learn about the wild lives of anim Read More
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DID Hello Seattle: Parks & Recreation

June 19, 6:00 -7:30
Everyone needs a break now and then and with hundreds of city parks and vast natural spaces there’s no shortage of things to do in Seattle. For both new and longtime residents, this talk offers fresh perspectives on some of Seattle’s hidden gems. Speakers: Clayton Read More
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Human Flow: Documentary Screening

June 20, 4 - 7pm
On June 20, Human Flow will be re-screened @ the Center. Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei spent a full year traveling through 23 countries, following the journeys of some of the 65 million people forced from their homes to escape famine, climate change, and protracte Read More