AIA Sustainability Slam – Call for Submissions – Due 4/5

Have an unique and interesting sustainable design project that you would like to present to the design community? Seattle’s AIA COTE – Committee on the Environment is inviting Puget Sound ASHRAE members to consider presenting their work. It is a great way to meet others in the same field, show what you have been doing, and share your ideas to the greater design community.  

Or – if you’d just like to attend on April 20th, it is free – at AIA’s center in Pioneer Square. Registration is not quite open yet, but should be soon.

April 20th: Earth Day Sustainability Slam – Call for Submissions

The Seattle chapter of the AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) invite you to submit case studies or ideas for the upcoming Earth Day Sustainability Slam on April 20th.  

What?  AIA COTE – Giving people the chance to stand and share their work to the sustainable design community in Seattle.

Why?  We want to provide a platform for individuals and firms to share what they are doing and to create a fun social mixer.  The format is meant to quickly share innovative ideas and encourage conversation.

How to Submit:  Submit your projects or ideas per the submission method below.  Individuals or groups selected will be able to present their work or ideas with 21 slides at 20 seconds per slide. Please submit your ideas in the following format:

  • Name:
  • Project or idea title:
  • Brief narrative explaining innovative sustainable features of the project or concept.
  • Slides of project or concept work as 21 slides in PDF format (you will have 20 seconds per slide when presenting).
  • Please email submissions (or questions) to by April 5th. Individuals selected to present at the Sustainability Slam will be notified by April 7th.  A schedule of speakers will be sent out once confirmed

Event Schedule:

  • 5:30 – Grab some drinks and connect
  • 6:00 – Presentations
  • 7:15 – Networking

If you’d like to see a few examples of presentations from past slams check out our YouTube page here: