All Upcoming ilfi Events
This event will feature a panel that includes the owner of a juniper sawmill, a landscape architect, a building architect and a local landscaping business owner. They will share their perspectives on how building with Juniper can improve our state's ecosystem, rural communities and applications for your project, big or small.
Cascadia Seattle Collaborative invites you to join us for our next installment in our LEEDv4 User Series. In this session, we will discuss what engineers need to know for the transition to v4 and what changes they can expect. Refreshments and snacks will be provided, 1 hour of CEU's available.
Husband-and-wife restaurateurs Anthony Myint and Karen Leibowitz created the Perennial with a single thesis: the current food system is broken and a new brand of "progressive agrarian cuisine" will be what fixes it.
September 16 + 17 - 10:00 AM until 7:00 PM
Visit pop-up places to reimagine Seattle streets. Let us know if you will visit or if you would like to volunteer and get involved in Park(ing) Day 2016!
Refining our ability to lead effectively is an important aspect of our professional development and important at any time in our career! This September 22 from 5:30 to 7:30pm, please join Kathleen O’Brien, author of EMERGE: A Strategic Leadership Model for the Sustainable Building Community and founder and retired principal of O’Brien & Company, in a conversation about an approach to leadership that works regardless of title and position and is specifically designed to bring about positive change in and through our built environment.
ILFI's Reveal label offers buildings the opportunity to be transparent about their energy efficiency, plus demonstrate alignment with the AIA 2030 Commitment, all with one easy to read graphic. Do you think the Reveal label might be a good fit for your building? This webinar is part of the Net Zero Energy Part 2 Webinar Series
In this 90-minute presentation, we will discuss biomimicry as a foundation for sustainability and the Living Building and Living Product Challenges as opportunities for widespread and principled application of a nature-centered way of thinking and doing. We will discuss some of the important and ongoing relationships between them as well as some of the ways they are evolving and influencing progress toward a more sustainable world.
Join Brad Liljequist for the Net Positive Energy: Power and the Living Building Challenge Workshop and stay for the 2016 AIA Annual Fall Conference in Fairmont, Montana