01 12 Design In Depth 2017: Two X Two Series POSTED BY Audrey McGill COMMENTS On the third Tuesday evening of every month from 6:30-8:00 pm, head to The Center For Architecture and Design for the Design In Depth 2017: Two X Two series. This series of engaging talks delivered in two part sequences, feature two speakers, two lectures, and one theme. Join the Seattle Architecture Foundation for these intriguing panel discussions that explore architecture and design in depth. Each talk will be proceeded by a complimentary reception providing light refreshments and beverages from 5:30-6:30. Tip: Purchase a series pass and get 6 talks for the price of 5. The upcoming talk, scheduled for Tuesday January 17, 2017 will examine “how Seattle’s ‘master plan’ has transformed over many years and how its surrounding neighbors are shaping their own master plan” and will focus on the similarities and differences between Urban Seattle and Seattle’s surrounding suburbs. The talk features speakers, Lyle Bicknell of the City of Seattle, and Miranda Redinger of the City of Shoreline, with moderator, Alan Hart of Via Architecture. Related PostsSeattle Art Museum’s Three-Day Free Day This WeekendCelebrate Gray Magazine’s 5th AnniversaryTucson Modernism Week 2016Masquerade: AIGA Seattle’s Annual Membership Party on October 20thAIA Honor Awards For Washington Architecture This entry was posted in Events, Seattle and tagged design in depth 2017: Two by Two series, seattle architecture foundation, the center for architecture and design. Bookmark the permalink.