Saturday 9th Dec 2017
2 – 4pm
at Center for Architecture & Design
1010 Western Ave Seattle, WA 98104
Put on by AIA Seattle, Smarter Than Car, Center for Architecture & Design, MG2
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The future might not be motorized: Over the coming decades the challenges of Postcarbon Transition and Climate Change Adaptation will demand a paradigm shift for the organisation of human settlements. This symposium questions the position of the city of Seattle in the global challenge of complete decarbonization until 2050. It will explore the opportunities and challenges that decision makers, creatives and civil society is faced with when taking up this responsibility and will explore first stepping stones to further such a transition.

This symposium features local and international experts sharing their experience in talks and a plenary discussion that is open for public debate, and is in conjunction with the opening weekend of the Futurama Redux: Urban Mobility After Cars And Oil exhibit @ the Center. The event is free of charge and open to the public.


Matthew Combe | Seattle 2030 District
Alan Durning | Sightline
Florian Lorenz |  Smarter Than Car
Matthew Metz | Coltura
Zack Semke | NK Architects


Rico Quirindongo | DLR Group

– via Center for Architecture & Design