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Northwest EcoBuilding Monthly Education Session: Biomimicry Live! – June 22

Exploring Examples of Vernacular Architecture

Talks, Hands-On Team-Ups & Exhibits Show the Way To Blur the Lines of Inside & Outside Spaces

When:  Wednesday, June 22, 6:30pm to 9pm – NOTE early start time
Where:  Phinney Neighborhood Association, lower brick building – 6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle
Attendees:  All are welcome!

JOIN US & PARTICIPATE! (YouTube Video Available late July); Refreshments provided.

Homes and businesses alike require spaces that draw people out and bring nature in. This “silo-busting” approach works in all environments to help connect us to our natural surroundings in more inspiring—and fun—ways. We’ll start with short presentations, move into our team-ups, see what we create, and finish with presentations and a look at the exhibits that will keep the conversations going. This type of workshop challenges you to creatively envision space differently, while building something in a collaborative, most enjoyable way.

Our presenters:

  • Nicole Starnes Taylor, MAKE Design Studio, Principal/Architect, will focus on a study of vernacular buildings from around the world along with modern buildings that creatively blend inside/outside space.
  • Eric Peterson, Mech. Engineer & MBA Pinchot U, and Lauren Lark, MBA Pinchot U, OutDoor Office Company, will provide examples of innovative designs challenging the traditional office space.
  • Linda Hillesheim, BS Design/SBA/Ikebana International Seattle, will share the sustainable, mindful art of ikebana (Japanese flower arranging) as an element that brings nature into any environment, at any socio-economic level.

You won’t want to miss this great hands-on education session. Session Facilitator: Janie Bube

“Greenifying” the Office

Be sure to bring your creativity and questions, and             contribute your knowledge.

Click to reserve a spot or go to: http://biomimicrylive-         ticket.eventbrite.com

Free for members. $10 suggested donation for non-           members.  Walk-ins welcome; register to ensure                 admission (150 cap.).

See more info about this event on the Guild’s website: http://www.ecobuilding.org/events

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