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Join us as we get a behind the scenes tour of the historic and iconic Paramount Theatre.
Led by a theatre volunteer, the tour will last approximately 90 minutes.
Tour followed by lunch at The Carlile Room

All are welcome - members, non-members, friends, even friends of friends.
Come and enjoy yourself; explore your city and learn something new, make
new connections, and meet your awesome, local SEGD chapter.

Tour Starts at:
- Main Entrance on the corner of 9th & Pine 
- 10a

RSVPrequested.
This is a free event with no cover charge.
Attendees are responsible for their own lunch.

 

We invite you to join us and kick-off 2017 with the first chapter event of the year.

Our first chapter event of the year is an opportunity to connect with any and all members of the design community interested in learning more about SEGD and our chapter's future events.

We will be joined by Atelier Drome Architects who collaborated with Flatstick Pub owners to expand their business into Seattle's Pioneer Square last year. Get the details behind the simply designed craft beer bar with a 9-hole mini golf course and enjoy the 24 rotating taps serving Washington-only beer.

Location:
Flatstick Pub, Pioneer Square (Sunflower Room)
240 2nd Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98104

 

Purchase Tickets on Eventbrite.
 

Non-Member: $10
Members: $5
Student Non-Member: $5
Student Member: Free

 

 

WHAT IS EXPERIENTIAL DESIGN?

As an emerging practice, experience design is complex and draws on many disciplines. It is a way
of thinking that considers all stages of the customer journey as opportunities to provide value and engage.

Join us as we explore what experiential design means to 5 different industry practitioners. Each presenter
will define what experiential design means to them and their business through a pecha kucha (20 slides, 20
seconds). Presentations will be followed by a Q&A. Hors d'oeuvres and beverages provided.

 

Presentations by:

Alice Sasaki, Starbucks

Mark Buchalter, Hornall Anderson

Peter Stocker, MG2

Shane Katsoolis, Interior Architects

Wayne Yutani, Teague

 

TICKETS: http://iidanpcjuly2016forum.eventbrite.com

 

LOCATION:
Interior Architects
1001 4th Avenue #3600, Seattle, WA 98154

 

SPECIAL THANKS TO IIDA NORTHERN PACIFIC CHAPTER AND PARTNERS.

 

Our first #SDF2016 planning meeting last month was a success – we decided to create an installation (single pop-up event or something that spans the length of the festival) that ties into the festival theme “Design Change.”

Missed the planning meeting last month…NO PROBLEM

Our #SDF2016 committee, co-led by members Noah Jeppson and Lizzy Skolmen, will be meeting the 3rd Wednesday of every month up until the start of the festival to continue to plan and develop our installation. This year, the Seattle Design Festival will run from Saturday, September 10 – Friday, September 23.

WHERE: The London Plane
WHEN: 6PM, EVERY 3RD WEDNESDAY
APR 20, MAY 18, JUN 22, JUL 20, AUG 24 and SEPT 7 (the last Wed before the festival)

The London Plane
300 & 322 Occidental Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98104 206-624-1374

For more information about the Seattle Design Festival, visit:
http://www.designinpublic.org/

We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting!

Building A Retail Success: 14 Hands Tasting Room

6-8pm
NW Building Tech

215 South Austin St.
Seattle, WA 98108

RSVP @ EVENTBRITE

The award-winning 14 Hands Tasting Room was inspired by the landscape of the Horse Heaven Hills, as well as the history of the region. Hear the behind the scenes from the team that designed and built a tasting room that is a fantastic tribute to the region’s homesteading, grape-growing and winemaking traditions. Panel/presentation followed by a tour of NW Building Tech’s shop. Light snacks provided.

Project Team Panel
Client:
Chateau Ste. Michelle
14 Hands Winery
Design:
BCRA
Fabricator:
NW Building Tech

Thank you to our event sponsor NW Building Tech.

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