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Public Lecture Series: What shapes the city?

November 21, 2016
93 Charles Street West, Toronto

The Daniels Faculty’s public programming has a tradition of bringing together scholars, professionals, and leaders in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, art, and urbanism. This year, as we prepare for our Faculty’s big move to One Spadina Crescent, we decided to take a different approach to the staging of our events.

For the 2016-2017 season, we will mostly forego the traditional monographic lecture format for one that presents interdisciplinary discussions and debates that promise to deepen the discourse on the role our disciplines play in creating more culturally engaged, ecologically sustainable, socially just, and artfully conceived artifacts, cities, and environments.

For our full schedule of public events, visit, where you may also find information on our Building, Ecology, Science, and Technology (B.E.S.T.) Lectures, midday talks, Master of Visual Studies Proseminar Series, and other public lectures.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21 | 6:30PM – 8:30PM

What shapes the city?

Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles Street West

Richard Florida, University of Toronto

Adam Greenfield, Urbanscale, London

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