Heather Dubbeldam speaks at the RAIC Festival on the work and practice of emerging Canadian architects
As a result of the changes to methods of procurement of architectural work in Canada over the last 20 years, young architecture firms struggle to win their first commissions and make their mark. What are the innovative methods and new models of practice employed by emerging architects across Canada to procure new work?
Gain insight into these new directions through a presentation by Toronto architect Heather Dubbeldam, who will deliver a lecture entitled The Next Generation: The Work and Practice of Emerging Canadian Architects at the RAIC Festival, taking place May 28-31, 2014 in Winnipeg. In her talk, she will focus on a cross-section of young firms featured in Twenty + Change, an organization established to promote the work of a new generation of designers working in architecture, landscape architecture and urban design who are pushing the boundaries of their discipline.
For more information on Twenty + Change, please visit http://twentyandchange.org and for more information on Heather Dubbeldam, please visit http://dubbeldam.ca/practice/principal.