December – Urbanism & Architecture - Monthly Bundle
The December Webday Wednesday series will explore how the profession is contributing to the progressive rise of Canada’s urban population. This series will present innovation in Canadian Urbanism while addressing how architects:
- Shape cities;
- Design for future mobility; and
- Apply comprehensive density solutions.
December 2 - Designing for Future Mobility: Developing a Framework for the Livable Future City
Aaron Knorr, AAA, LEED AP | Senior Associate, Perkins and Will
December 9 - Towards Sustainable Canadian Urbanism - the Architect's Role
Alexandru Taranu, FRAIC, FCIP, OAA, RPP | Sr. Advisor, Design, City of Brampton/Council for Canadian Urbanism
December 16 - Comprehensive Density for Community Space
Ted Watson, OAA ARCHITECT AIBC AAA NSAA Int'l. Assoc. AIA FRAIC LEED AP | Partner, MJMA
December 23 - Change is coming! Understanding the future of design in our mixed-use environment
Yvette Jancso, B.Arch., BES, BA OAA, MRAIC, LEED AP, Associate, Kasian
Arezoo Talebzadeh, OAA, NCARB, MRAIC, Senior Project Architect, Kasian
Thank you to our December Sponsor:
DesignABLE Environments Inc. (DE) is one of Canada’s oldest and leading consulting firm that provides expertise to public and private sector clients on how to design the built environment to meet the needs of all people, including persons with disabilities and the elderly. DE has been instrumental in developing and popularising the philosophies of both barrier-free and universal design. DE’s staff work within project teams to ensure that team members gain a true understanding of the complexities, challenges and opportunities associated with accessibility. DE has an extensive track record as accessibility consultants on local and international projects, including residential, commercial, educational, judicial, recreational, institutional, and healthcare projects. DE is skilled in the interpretation and application of a variety of accessibility standards and best practices to provide supportive built environments that promote independence, dignity and safety for all.
For more information, please visit www.designable.ca.
Call for Presenters
Are you a subject matter expert looking to share your knowledge? Apply to present a webinar as part of the Webday Wednesday series! An ongoing call for webinar presentations and presenters is currently open.