College of Built Environments at the University of Washington.
Helle S°holt Lecture "Toward a Walkable Seattle"
Location: Architecture Hall 147
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 @ 7:00 PM
GLOBAL GREEN: A lecture/panel series showcasing Sustainable Planning
and Design in the Pacific Northwest and Denmark
SPRING 2009: TOWARD A WALKABLE SEATTLE: DRAWING ON INTERNATIONAL EXAMPLES Guest Lecture by Helle S°holt, Architect, MAA Partner and Managing Director, Gehl Architects, Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish architect Helle S°holt will compare her firm's recommendations for improving walkability in Seattle with successes in other cities across the globe. A founding partner at Gehl Architects, Helle S°holt has extensive international urban design experience and is a frequent lecturer and keynote speaker at international conferences and events. She received a MA in Architecture and Urban Design from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, Denmark as well as an MA from the University of Washington, Seattle.
The Green Futures Lab would like to thank our co-sponsors for this event: The Scan|Design Foundation; The Northwest Danish Foundation; International Sustainability Institute; UW College of Built Environments; UW Department of Landscape Architecture; and the UW Scandinavian Studies Department.