November 23, 2014
by Canadian Architect
Taking place at Construct Canada, the International Architectural Roundtable focuses on the new challenges and changing technology that permeates every industry, including architecture. Comprised of Hitoshi Abe, Rachel Armstrong, Benjamin Dillenburger, Brook Melchin (and moderated by Elsa Lam), this panel brings together thought leaders known for spatially complex and programmatic approaches on the front lines of innovation. Pushing boundaries, these four architects and their visionary projects challenge traditional built form and the standard place of architectural practice. Come hear about world-changing advances and the role architects are playing in shaping the future.
The roundtable will be held on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 from 8:00am to 10:00am at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre’s South Building and qualifies for OAA ConEd Learning Hours.
The 26th annual Construct Canada will feature the strongest program to date of high-quality information, education and networking that is specifically targeted at the needs and interests of architects and support teams.
New this year, the show is 60% bigger as it will expand to the North Building to include Construct International and IIDEXCanada. All shows combined will create The Buildings Show, North America’s largest exposition, networking and educational event. Over 35,000 influential buyers and decision-makers of the design, construction and real estate industries will attend the Show to experience more than 1,600 exhibits and 350 seminars and demonstrations, delivering the very latest in products, technologies, best practices and applications. The Buildings Show runs from December 3-5, 2014 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
For more information, please visit www.constructcanada.com.
game changers: architects on the front lines of innovation