Landscape Architecture University of Toronto

July 25, 2017


Saturday, May 30 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

230 College Street, Room 103

Come along for a number of dialogues around the work in our faculty and alumni, and also the new modes of practice they, along with our students, aspire to model and instigate.

11:00am – 12:00pm

The College and also the City

Jerome Markson (BArch 1953)

Craig Sampson (BArch 1972)

Brigitte Shim, Daniels Faculty, moderator

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Practice within an Broadened Area

Michael McClelland (BArch 1981)

Eha Naylor (BLA 1980)

Liat Margolis, Daniels FacultyClaude Cormier (BLA 1986)Lisa Steele, Daniels Faculty, moderator

4:00pm – 5:00pm

Reimagining the school

Blanche Lemco van Ginkel

Ray Wayne Richards

George Baird (BArch 1962)

Richard Sommer

Bruce Kuwabara (BArch 1972), moderator

RSVPs aren't needed for that dialogues or even the exhibition.

The Daniels Faculty want to thank Herman Burns for generously supplying happens furnishings for that 125th Anniversary Dialogues.

The wedding is free of charge and available to the general public, tickets aren't needed. Seating is restricted in Room 103 and will also be on the first come, first offered basis. No latecomers is going to be accepted in to the theatre when the dialogues have began, however overflow rooms with live video-feeds is going to be placed in Room 106 and Room 066 for individuals not able to acquire a chair within the primary lecture hall.


11:00am – 12:00pm

The College and also the City

Jerome Markson, BArch 1953

Born and elevated in Toronto, Jerome Markson finished the College of Toronto in 1953. For several years he was together with Ronji Borooah and Ernie Hodgson, and presently continues because the sole principal specialist. He's another from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) along with the Toronto Society of Designers where he'd earlier been Leader. Jerome has gotten numerous honours such as the Toronto Arts Award for Architecture and style (2001) and also the Ontario Association of Designers Lifetime Design Achievement Award (2014). In 1972, Jerome was the guiding pressure behind the publication from the book Exploring Toronto, that was compiled by fellow designers and backed through the Toronto Society of Designers as Toronto’s first architectural manual.

Craig Sampson, BArch 1972

Craig Sampson is really a full Professor in the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and style when they have trained part-time for more than two decades and offered in many administrative positions. He's presently becoming special consultant to Dean Richard Sommer for that adaptive reuse of just one Spadina Crescent right into a new house for that Faculty. Craig is really a registered architect and Fellow from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada having a distinguished record of innovative and top rated work. As Principal within the firm Baird Sampson Neuert Designers since 1982, Craig continues to be project director for any diverse variety of significant projects.

Moderator: Brigitte Shim, Daniels Faculty

Brigitte Shim is really a principal within the design firm Shim-Sutcliffe Designers. Brigitte is another Professor in the Daniels Faculty. Shim-Sutcliffe’s built work explores the mixing and related scales of architecture, landscape and furniture and fixtures. Up to now, Shim and Sutcliffe have obtained 13 Governor General’s Medals and Honours for Architecture in the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada as well as an American Institute of Designers National Recognition Award together with a number of other professional accolades for his or her built work. In The month of january 2013, Brigitte Shim and her partner A. Howard Sutcliffe were both granted an order of Canada, “for their contributions as designers creating sophisticated structures that represent the very best of Canadian design around the world.Inches

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Practice within an Broadened Area

Michael McClelland, BArch 1981

An authorized architect and founding partner of E.R.A Designers Corporation., Michael McClelland, CAHP OAA FRAIC, is an expert in heritage conservation, heritage and cultural planning, and concrete design. Among many roles he's the heritage consultant for that Memorial of Ontario, the ROM, Ryerson College, the College of Toronto and also the Distillery District. In the work, Michael frequently collaborates with an array of private and public stakeholders to construct culture through thoughtful, values-based planning and style. He established fact for his contribution towards the discourse all around the stewardship from the built atmosphere and it is the co-editor of multiple books, including Concrete Toronto: A Manual to Concrete Architecture in the Fifties towards the Seventies and also the Ward: The Existence and Lack of Toronto’s First Immigrant Neighbourhood.

Eha Naylor, BLA 1980

Eha is really a Partner of Dillon Talking to and she or he leads their urban design and master planning work across the country. She's over 3 decades of talking to experience of landscape architecture, environment planning and style. Eha is really a full person in several professional associations such as the Ontario Association of Landscape Designers and also the Canadian Institute of Organizers. She is another Fellow from the Canadian Society of Landscape Designers and part of the American Society of Landscape Designers. In 2014 she received the OALA’s Pinnacle Award for Landscape Architectural Excellence. Eha has offered on several design juries and it has also made an appearance being an environment planning expert witness for that Ontario Municipal Board. Eha is presently hired towards the federal government’s National Capital Commission Advisory Committee for Planning, Design and Real estate and serves around the Landscape Architecture Canada Foundation Board.

Liat Margolis, Daniels Faculty

Liat Margolis is Assistant Professor of landscape architecture in the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and style. Liat may be the Director from the Eco-friendly Roof Innovation Testing laboratory (gritlab) – a multidisciplinary research and academic hub at U of T, connecting the fields of landscape architecture, biology, hydrology and building science. At gritlab, Margolis accounts for the experimental construction and designs from the lab facility and handles they of scientists and industry partners. She was Director from the Materials Collection at Harvard Graduate School of Design and Director of Research at Material ConneXion, where she created a material database and conferred with an extensive selection of design firms and producers.

gritlab sensors and Irrigation_university of toronto 2012
gritlab sensors and Irrigation_university of toronto 2012
Canon Photography: University of Toronto
Canon Photography: University of Toronto
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