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Headlines from Worldchanging Seattle (11/7/08)
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Despite several days of chilly downpour, Seattle residents still seem to be glowing from the week's exciting events. You can read all about Tuesday's celebration in Sarah's post. And while you're at it, check out the other innovative ideas taking shape in and around Seattle!

Seattle Visionaries: HyBrid
This week's feature profiles innovative local design firm HyBrid. Founders Joel Egan and Robert Humble are transforming ideas about pre-fabricated modular construction with cutting-edge concepts like cargotecture. Their creations – built here in Seattle and elsewhere -- are attractive, livable, affordable and sustainable.

Post-Election Images from the Streets of Seattle
When your grandchildren ask you where you were when Obama won, you can show them these photos from spontaneous celebrations in Capitol Hill and Pike Place Market.

Outside Ideas: Transitory Land Uses in Portland
Ashley DeForest turns her urban planner's eye on neighborhood-friendly temporary construction projects brightening up vacant lots in Portland, Ore.

Healthy Homes for the Elderly on Tribal Land
The Elder Healthy Home, built on tribal property in Tacoma, offers one model of what affordable, sustainable and user-friendly housing for the growing elderly population might look like.

Are you here in Seattle? We'd like to hear from you! Check out the local blog and leave comments, or contact editor[at]Worldchanging[dot]com if you have ideas or would like to write.

Photo credit: Sarah Kuck

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