Ryerson DAS Lecture Series: Carol Phillips – Moriyama & Teshima Architects
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Paul H. Cocker Gallery
325 Church Street
With the new school year underway, the Ryerson University Department of Architectural Science (DAS) is kicking off its 2018-2019 lecture and events series with a diverse collection of free talks and exhibitions throughout the new academic year. Taking place at Ryerson’s Paul H. Cocker Gallery and running from September to May, this year’s events include talks, exhibitions, award programmes, a collaborative exercise, and the annual year end show.
The TSA Is proud to sponsor the first lecture of the series which will be given by Carol Phillips of Moriyama & Teshima Architects.
About Carol Phillips
Carol is a Partner at Moriyama & Teshima Architects, having led some of the firm’s most valued civic, cultural and educational buildings. She brings a passionate drive for powerful and graceful architectural solutions developed over 20 years of working in Canada and abroad. Carol immediately distinguished herself upon arrival at MTA with her first completed project, the award-winning Multi-faith Centre at the University of Toronto. This centre continues to serve diverse communities with grace, accommodating inclusivity and intercultural understanding – underlying principles that inform all of Carol’s projects.
Carol’s civic experience includes Surrey City Hall and Plaza, the Guelph Civic Administration Complex, and Ottawa’s new Parliament Hill Visitor Welcome Centre which is under construction. Her projects in downtown Toronto include the Toronto Reference Library Revitalization, Goldring Student Centre at University of Toronto, and the upcoming Ryerson Centre for Redevelopment and Urban Innovation. Carol is currently an Architectural Design Lead on one of four shortlisted teams for the Etobicoke Civic Centre Design Competition.