Lunch and Learn (SEATTLE):
The Living Building Challenge
Presented by the International Living Future Institute
Please join us in Seattle at Noon on Wednesday, December 12 for this exciting opportunity to learn about The Living Building Challenge, presented by Alexandra Forin with the International Living Future Institute. The Living Building Challenge defines the most advanced measure of sustainability in the built environment possible today. This certification program covers all building at all scales and is a unified tool for transformative design, allowing us to envision a future that is socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative. This talk will serve as an introduction to the Living Building Challenge, which provides a framework for design, construction and the symbiotic relationship between people and all aspects of the built environment.
The first commercial building recipient of a Living Building certification was Seattle's very own Bullitt Center. If you haven't had a chance to check it out, consider taking a tour and learn more about ILFI and the Living Building Challenge certification.
We will be hosting this Lunch and Learn in Seattle at Anchor QEA at 720 Olive Way, Suite 1900. Plan on arriving a little early as we will be starting promptly at Noon.
Alexandra V. Forin is a project coordinator at JW Architects in Seattle, designing single and multi-family housing. She is also an Ambassador presenter for the International Living Future Institute. She is excited to share her passion for regenerative design and its positive impact on the built and natural environments.