In a recent issue of ‘Architecture in Canada’ (Vol. 41, Issue #1), Principal Architect Scott Weir has composed an article that celebrates the typology of the bay-and-gable house. The issue is currently available in hard copy and will be posted on the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada’s (SSAC) website in the coming month. The text that follows is an excerpt.
“A new platform by which designers of these two great cities may share innovations and best practices with the common goal of enhancing the build environment.”- Mary Rusz
This September, at the invitation of the AIA New York Housing and Planning and Urban Design Committees, ERA’s Michael McClelland, Graeme Stewart and Ya’el Santopinto participated in a panel in New York on Toronto’s modern heritage and Tower Renewal. The panel discussion took place at the Centre for Architecture in as part of a series designed to share ideas and best practices between Toronto and New York. Also on the panel were Leo deSorcy (City of Toronto) and Derek Ballantyne.
When: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2016
Where: The Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, NY, NY 10012
Graeme Stewart, Prinicpal, ERA Architects
Leo deSorcy, Program Manager of Urban Design, City of Toronto
Derek Ballantyne, CEO, Encassa Financial, Inc.
Ya’el Santopinto, Project Manager, ERA Architects
Michael McClelland, Founding Principal, ERA Architects
Moderator: Susanne Schindler, Co-author, Growing Urban Habitats: Seeking a New Housing Development Model
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