June 1, 2010
by Canadian Architect
Join Architecture for Humanity Toronto on Tuesday, June 8, 2010 for its annual lecture exploring architecture in Toronto. The series brings in practitioners and critics to discuss concept to design, and the different processes used to create the various types of architecture we see around the city. The 2010 lecture series will examine the impact of these processes on the urban fabric.
Marianne McKenna will be speaking about the complexity of architectural design, its relationship to human dynamics and the narrative within the space. McKenna is a founding partner of KPMB Architects, an award-winning Toronto-based firm known for its consistency in architectural excellence, innovation and contribution to the cultural renaissance of Toronto. An enthusiastic supporter of the arts and the local community, McKenna served on the board at the Ontario College of Art and the Toronto Arts Foundation.
The lecture takes place on Tuesday, June 8, 2010 at 6:30pm in the Patty Watt Room at the Design Exchange in Toronto. Admission is pay what you can.
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