Join ARCADE during the Seattle Design Festival to celebrate the release of our fall issue, ARCADE 35.2, ‘A City to Love: Auckland's Visions of a Public Realm’ (feature by the 2015-2016 University of Washington Runstad Affiliate Fellows) at Old Stove Brewing Company’s new location in Pike Place MarketFront. A $20 suggested donation at the door brings beverages, light fare from Honest Biscuits, music, your copy of ARCADE and a warm philanthropic rush—it supports the creation of ARCADE’s magazine and programs. We'll also be celebrating ARCADE’s 35th anniversary!
Pike Place Market is the oldest continuously operated public market in the country. The MarketFront project is the first addition to iconic Pike Place Market in over 40 years. MarketFront is an important connection point to the new Seattle waterfront plan. Learn more here: pikeplacemarket.org/marketfront
Learn more about the Seattle Design Festival: designinpublic.org/
About ARCADE Issue 35.2:
A City to Love: Auckland's Visions of a Public Realm
Feature Editors: 2015 -2016 University of Washington Runstad Affiliate Fellows (Ben Broesamle, Joe David, Genevieve Hale-Case, Amy Hartman, Giovanni Migliaccio, Rick Mohler, and Barbara Swift)
The people of Auckland, New Zealand, are brilliantly grappling with core issues we all share. This is a story to learn from with powerful optimistic results achieved through a holistic, visionary approach to city building and resiliency. The 2015-16 Runstad Center Fellows spent a year investigating Auckland as a case study for place and design led city building. Auckland has nested together vision, financing, and love of place, economics, culture, history and vibrant city living into one multi-pronged strategy. In this ARCADE feature, the fellows will share their findings.
Thank you to our event sponsors:
Berger Partnership PS, bergerpartnership.com/
dark | light design, darklightseattle.com/
The Miller Hull Partnership, millerhull.com
Sellen Construction, sellen.com/
Thank you to our event host:
Old Stove Brewing Company, oldstove.com
Thank you to grantmakers:
Office of Arts & Culture Seattle, seattle.gov/arts/