SAF event on adaptive reuse

Seattle Architecture Foundation will hold a program titled “Recycled Cities|Adaptive Reuse” at 6:30 p.m. April 19 at Impact Hub Seattle, 220 Second Ave. S.

The panel will explore projects in Seattle, and look at ways designers and developers can work with tenants and communities to reimagine historic buildings.

The panelists are Matt Aalfs of Weinstein A+U, Kji Kelly of Historic Seattle, Michael Sullivan of Artifacts and Dan Say of Swenson Say Faget.

Tickets are $15. Register at tiny.cc/zjhc8x/.

The program is part of SAF’s 2016 Design In Depth Series on Innovations in Architecture that runs through June, on the third Tuesday of each month.


Additional information: Dan Say’s portion of the conversation will feature the Yesler Terrace Steam Plant adaptive reuse for the City of Seattle’s Epstein Opportunity Center.

 

 

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Andrew Pogue Photography

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