Tue, Feb 18 from 5:30pm - 7pm

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How do we focus emerging technologies to create livable, equitable and sustainable cities? How are designers, technologists, and urban planners re-imagining cities of the future to be more personalized, automated and data-driven? Come join the Seattle Architecture Foundation for a discussion around the future of cities and Seattle’s position at the forefront of balancing technology, data, and social values in the public realm.

This discussion is part of AIA Seattle’s exhibition, Balancing Act: Urbanism & Emerging Technologies. Designed and curated by Boston-based design firm CBT for AIA Boston, the exhibition explores how technology influences our urban experience and the possibilities to focus emerging technologies towards the human experience can develop best urban practices.

Moderator: Sheryl Cababa, Lecturer at UW HCDE and Design Director

Panelists:

  • Lyle Bicknell, Principal Urban Designer | City of Seattle Office of  Planning and Development
  • Joel Fariss, Research & Strategic Futures | Gensler
  • Anastasia Krasnoslobodtseva, Microsoft Center of Innovation | Real Estate and Security

Reception from 5:00-5:30PM          

Program from 5:30-7:00PM

Center for Architecture & Design

1010 Western Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104