Doors Open Toronto

Redesigning Toronto

MOVED TO NEW LOCATION: Fort York Blue Barracks & Mess, 250 Fort York Blvd.
Saturday 2 pm - 3:30 pm

A Pecha Kutcha-style talk featuring a number of topics which will affect the future architectural and urban planning of Toronto. Six influential architects will show 20 images, for 20 seconds each. The event addresses the six current topics and will be followed by a Q& A session. The panel will be moderated by author and journalist Shawn Micallef.


Speakers and Topics

Grappling with Heritage Properties - Michael McClelland, OAA, CAPHC, FRAIC, Founding Partner of ERA Architects.

Site Unseen: Infills, Laneways and Other Hidden Architectural Opportunities - Donald Chong, B.Arch (U. Toronto), OAA, MRAIC, Founding Partner of Williamson Chong.

Architectural Attractor - Siamak Hariri, OAA, AAA, FRAIC, RAC, AIA, Founding Partner of Hariri Pontarini.

Evolution of a Neighbourhood - Helena Grdadolnik, BES, M.Arch, MRAIC
Associate Director of Workshop Architecture.

The Future of the Gardiner Expressway - Paul Raff, BES, BArch, OAA, MRAIC, LEED®AP, Founding Principle of The Paul Raff Studio.

Corktown Common and the Pan Am Area - Joe Lobko, OAA / FRAIC / LEED AP BD+C Partner, DTAH.

Presented in Partnership with Toronto Society of Architects

 

 


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