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The time for “Do less harm” has passed. It’s time for the beginning of being; the beginning of a Living Future. Join us next April for Living Future 2015. We’ll explore a genuine sense of place and community as the bellwether of truly restorative design.

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Friday, April 3 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Exploring the Living Building Challenge without the Building

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McGilvra Place Park is the first to achieve “Living Landscape” certification under a new typology for the Living Building Challenge. Similarly, the Cully Adopt-A-Spot project is currently pursuing Living Building Challenge certification. The panel includes representatives from the large group of public and private collaborators that made these projects a reality. The presentation will explain the distinction of the Living Building Challenge Landscape Typology, as well as the unique challenges of achieving Living Certification within a publicly bid environment. Attendees will leave inspired to apply their new knowledge to create a “Living Landscape” in their community.

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Caitilin Pope Daum

Landscape Architect, Caitilin Pope Daum Landscape Architect LLC
Caitilin Pope Daum’s landscape architecture practice specializes in values-driven projects that allow individuals and businesses to meet their needs while supporting their social and ecological ethic. Her integrative approach combines an intuitive understanding of how people use space, a deep appreciation for natural systems, and a commitment to connecting people to their environment. Over the last ten years she has designed and managed... Read More →
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Amy Jarvis

Sustainable Design Analyst, ZGF Architects LLP
As a mechanical engineer at ZGF committed to sustainable design, Jarvis works on projects of varying scale from buildings to urban districts, including Nike’s World Headquarters expansion and Stanford’s new Redwood City campus. Deeply involved in her community, Amy serves as co-chair of the Cascadia Portland Collaborative of the Cascadia Green Building Council, advocating for policies that advance sustainability. Jarvis was a... Read More →
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Jonathan Morley

Principal, Berger Partnership
Jonathan Morley is a Principal with Berger Partnership in Seattle and has been practicing landscape architecture for over 20 years. He has a passion for designing a wide variety of urban spaces that creatively reveal their function, provide opportunities for education, and make a positive contribution to the public realm. Some of his notable projects include Cal Anderson Park, Pike Place Market Waterfront Entrance, the Bullitt Center and McGilvra... Read More →

Friday April 3, 2015 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Madrona Room Sheraton Hotel

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