Transforming Residential Practice: Traditions of Residential Architecture in the Pacific Northwest Region
AIA/CES (HSW) Learning Units: 1.25 Hours
Moderated by Peter Miller of Peter Miller Books, this course explores traditional of residential architecture in the Pacific Northwest, with a focus on sustainability and equity. After brief presentations, panelists explore traditions of residential architecture in the Pacific Northwest, with a focus on sustainability and equity.
Susan Boyle, Principal, BOLA Architecture + Planning, explores the historical development of equitable housing. Ken Tadashi Oshima, Professor/Director of History Theory at the Dept. of Architecture of Univ. of Washington, discusses the evolution of accessory dwelling units and minimal housing. Rick Sundberg, FAIA, of SKL Architects, showcases his housing designs including his own aging in-place home. Gordon Walker, Consulting Principal at Mithun, takes us on a virtual tour of his regional housing.er Miller and the panelists gather for a discussion focused on housing affordability and cost-effective use of various materials.
Course Prices: $30 AIA members, $40 non-members (or purchase the 4-part series and save more than 20%)
(This continuing education course is licensed for viewing to a single individual. For discounted group viewing rates, please email Melissa@aecKnowledge.com or call 415.755.3058.)