Apr 8 2019

Facade Tectonics Forum Toronto

Material Matters: Emerging Strategies and Design Practices for Facade Systems, Buildings, and Urban Habitat Certificate of Attendance will be provided for ConEd Units The building facade system uniquely impacts both performance and appearance at the combined scales of building and metropolis. The outcome of a new facade system program or renovation largely determines the lifecycle success of […]

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Feb 25 2019

BEAToronto: 2019 Annual Leadership Seminar

BEAT (Building Equality in Architecture, Toronto chapter) exists to initiate change, building momentum to create a shift in the profession. Not only for architects on an individual level, but as an instigator to raise the voice of the profession at large, integrating it into conversations about how our built environment can be shaped to be […]

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May 31 2018

IDEAS Forum | Design Review Panel: Notes on the City

What are the key design issues that face our city? What are the trends and challenges of Toronto now and in the future? Join us for this very special TSA IDEAS Forum as members of Toronto’s four active Design Review Panels (City of Toronto, Waterfront Toronto, Metrolinx, and Toronto Community Housing) share with us their […]

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May 14 2018

What Does it Take to Win? – a panel discussion

Put away the theory books on winning work and building business for a moment and join the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) for a night of open discussion, honest feedback and immediate take-aways that will inspire! What does it take to get work in today’s current procurement environment? What succeeds, and what should you […]

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Feb 11 2018

Reimagining the Mall

The City of Mississauga, together with the Region of Peel, is undertaking a study, Reimagining the Mall, to guide the long-term evolution of five suburban areas anchored by medium-sized shopping malls into healthier, mixed use communities. These malls and their surrounding areas have already been identified for intensification in the City’s Official Plan. This study […]

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Jan 12 2018

GRADTalks: Engineering Wellness

Students’ drive for success may sometimes come at a personal cost to wellness. Join us and listen in on the discussion comprised of a unique panel of leading members in the engineering and architectural industry who are striving to create a culture of wellness. Panel discussion of speakers from: Metrolinx Siemens Diamond Schmitt Architects Logit […]

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Nov 21 2017

IDEAS Forum: Matter

As a complement to the exhibition ‘Matter’, TO DO and the Toronto Society of Architects present an Ideas Forum on the topic — a PechaKucha-style event (20 slides shown for 20 seconds each), featuring artists and designers from ‘Matter’, as well as other practitioners speaking to material transformation and change. Speakers include Lars and Jason […]

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Nov 15 2017

TSA Urban Affairs Forum The Future of Work: The Body, The Building, The City

The TSA Urban Affairs Forum on the Future of Work addresses the topic at three very different scales. The individual worker will be addressed in terms of the physical impacts of work and future speculative models and alternative scenarios around how work will be performed, and by whom. Architectural design will be considered in light […]

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Oct 14 2017

Public Space for Public Life: Re-Imagining Downtown Parks & Streets

Downtown’s parks, squares and streets are some of the most beloved and heavily used destinations in the city. These public spaces are fundamental to the city’s identity and liveability. They set the stage for daily social interaction, build community and help keep Torontonians active and healthy. For these reasons, they are fundamental to Toronto’s liveability and […]

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Aug 16 2017

POP / CAN / CRIT 2017: Marketing and Promotion of Architecture in Canada

In what ways do we market architecture? How can we best advocate for the profession? And what impact does a photograph have on our understanding of the built environment? These are but a few of the questions that will be explored at the upcoming POP CAN CRIT 2017: Marketing + Promotion of Architecture in Canada symposium. This […]

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