April 11, 2016
155 College Street, Toronto
April 11, 7 pm
Framed through the lens of modernity, Annabel Vaughan will examine the profound influence that Peter Dickinson’s modern sensibility had on a number of Toronto architecture firms and will look at the conditions that precipitated the shift from the corner office onto the studio floor. A move that drove the creativity, epic martini fuelled parties and the building of a cool, clean version of the future city.
Annabel Vaughan is a BCIN certified M.Arch, Principal of publicLAB RESEARCH + DESIGN and Project Manager at ERA Architects. She is the daughter of Colin Vaughan, architect, activist, journallist, colleague of Peter Dickinson and John Sewell.
All lectures take place in room 610 in 155 College Street, the University of Toronto Health Sciences building. Entry is free or pay what you can. Please visit www.acotoronto.ca/events.php.
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