January 20, 2012
by Canadian Architect
Part of the Form and Energy Spring 2012 Lecture Series, San Francisco architect Charles Bloszies, principal of the Office of Charles Bloszies, lectures and leads a panel discussion at 6:30pm on January 25, 2012 in the Peter Kaye Auditorium of the Vancouver Public Library.
The quest for sustainability will increasingly concentrate development in cities, resulting in architecture that will be a fusion of new and old forms. San Francisco architect Charles Bloszies will explore this topic in a panel discussion after presenting case studies from his recently released book from Princeton Architectural Press.
Panelists include: Trevor Boddy, critic and regular contributor to The Globe and Mail and the Vancouver Sun; Michael Green, Principal, MGB Architects; R. Fung, Principal, Salient Group; and Marco D’Agostini, Senior Heritage Planner, City of Vancouver. The discussion will be moderated by Joe Dahmen, Assistant Professor of Design and Sustainability Integration, UBC School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
For more information on Charles Bloszies, please visit www.archengine.com. And for additional information on the lecture series, please visit www.formandenergy.posterous.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 604.822.2779.
The Form and Energy Series is sponsored by BC Hydro PowerSmart.