School of Environmental and Forest Sciences 2013 Winter Lecture
The UW College of the Environment and the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences invite you to the 2013 Sustaining Our World Lecture: Built Ecologies: Regionalism and Resource Integration in the Built World, featuring Thomas Knittel, Vice President and Project Designer, HOK.
When: Thursday, April 4, 2013 from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Where: Kane Hall, Room 210, UW Seattle
Cost: The lecture is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is requested.
About the Lecture:
About the Speaker:
Thomas Knittel is a vice president and project designer with HOK, a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm. First licensed as an architect in 1986, Mr. Knittel joined HOK in 2007 and has become a leading voice and innovator in sustainable design at the firm’s Seattle studio. His work in biomimicry—taking inspiration from natural systems in order to solve human problems—focuses on integrating models from nature into the design of buildings, communities and cities. Mr. Knittel holds a Bachelor’s of Architecture from Kansas State University and a Master of Design Studies from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Kane Hall is located above the northeast corner of the parking garage. Elevators are available from multiple levels and will take you directly into Kane Hall.