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Twenty+Change Next Generation opens on November 19


November 9, 2015
by Elsa Lam

Twenty+Change Next Generation showcases the work of emerging Canadian architects

Twenty+Change Next Generation showcases the work of emerging Canadian architects

Twenty + Change Next Generation is the fourth edition of an ongoing exhibition series dedicated to profiling emerging design practices working in architecture, landscape architecture and urban design. Selected by a curatorial committee of noted educators, authors and practitioners, the exhibition features projects by thirteen Canadian practices that engage the public realm in meaningful ways, posit new models for collective living and urban infill, advance the role of sustainability and vernacular craft, and explore opportunities for speculative and self-initiated commissions.

Architects Luc Bouliane, Toronto
Architecture Microclimat, Montreal
Atelier Barda, Montreal
Batay-Csorba Architects, Toronto
Ja Architecture Studio, Toronto
Marianne Amodio Architecture Studio, Vancouver
Peter Sampson Architecture Studio, Winnipeg
Polymétis, Toronto
Quinlan Osborne Design, Montreal
Scott & Scott Architects, Vancouver
UUfie, Toronto
Woodford/Sheppard Architecture, St. John’s
WORK/SHOP, Winnipeg

The work of these practices will be featured in a publication edited by Heather Dubbeldam, which will be available for sale at the reception and subsequently at Swipe Design, Amazon, and bookstores around the world. The book includes profiles of the emerging firms, project descriptions, full-colour images, a preface by Globe & Mail architecture writer Alex Bozikovic and essay by Steve DiPasquale, founder of Operative Agency.

Exhibition opening reception: November 19, 2015 | 6-9PM
Urbanspace Gallery @ 401 Richmond St West, Toronto
Exhibition runs from Friday, November 20, 2015 to Saturday, February 6, 2016

For further information visit www.twentyandchange.org