industry events

March 2024
05 Mar

Women in Architecture Symposium

Tuesday

This event aims to shed light on the underrepresentation of women as registered architects, despite their significant enrollment in architecture programs across the country. Where do female architecture students go after graduating?

07 Mar

OAA Council Open Session: March

Thursday

Comprising both elected architects and Lieutenant Governor-appointed representatives of the public, the governing Council of the OAA meets regularly, with Executive, Committee Chairs, and Association staff presenting updates on various programs and activities, and making decisions on a range of topics.

07 Mar

GVSA Spring Fling 2.0

Thursday

Come out to socialize and see what members of the Grand Valley Society of Architects are up to! This event is open to interior designers, technologists, and building engineers in the GVSA district.

07 Mar

Annual Fundraiser: Unveiling Toronto’s Architectural Tapestry

Thursday

Join us for a captivating evening of exploration and celebration at the Town of York Historical Society’s annual fundrasing gala in celebration of Toronto's 190th Birthday. This event not only commemorates the incorporation of the city of Toronto but also serves as a significant opportunity to support the preservation of our rich historical heritage. Delve into the evolving architectural scene of the Town of York and the City of Toronto, as we emphasize the importance of built heritage in shaping the identity of our beloved city.

10 Mar

DDA: BC-DESIGNER DIALOGUES: Fostering a Collaborative Community

Sunday

Join us for the BC Designer Dialogue, a recurring virtual roundtable event open to all BC members. This is a unique platform for designers to actively participate in shaping the future of our events. Engage in meaningful discussions, share your experiences, and collaborate with peers to foster a dynamic design community. This event is your chance to contribute ideas, express your needs, and ensure our community events align with what matters most to you as a designer.

12 Mar

TSA Technical Series: Proposed Changes to Part 3 of the 2024 OBC

Tuesday

Did you know a new edition of the Ontario Building Code (OBC) is expected to be released early this year? The biggest overhaul since its introduction in 1975, the 2024 edition is anticipated to contain approximately 2,400 changes and further harmonize this provincial document with National Construction Codes. Get a head start on familiarizing yourself with this new edition at this 1-hour webinar reviewing some of the proposed changes to Part 3, “Fire Protection, Occupant Safety and Accessibility.”

13 Mar

1UP Connect Webinar: How to Design and Build Sustainable Places

Wednesday

1UP Connect Webinars are a curated series of free, monthly Zoom workshops covering a variety of topics relating to urban planning, landscape design, and architecture. These webinars give high school students an opportunity to engage with industry experts and like-minded peers while gaining a deeper understanding of city-building.

14 Mar

TMU DAS Lecture Series & Exhibition Opening: Gordon Gill – Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

Thursday

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (AS+GG) is dedicated to the design of high-performance, energy-efficient and sustainable architecture on an international scale. The firm approaches each project, regardless of size or scale, with an understanding that architecture has a unique power to influence civic life. We strive to create designs that aid society, advance modern technology, sustain the environment, and inspire those around us to improve our world.

14 Mar

Daniels Faculty’s Winter Program: Recognizing Facts on the Ground

Thursday

Join Lukas Pauer for a discussion of his integrated practice, research and teaching—an effort to recentre the study of how sovereignty is acquired and disputed as a practice-based matter of space and power. In recent years, Pauer has worked on a series of projects aimed at decoding and deconstructing built objects that political actors around the world have used to project power.

19 Mar

Architypes: Signs that Define Toronto with Kurt Kraler & Philip Evans

Tuesday

Kurt Kraler and Philip Evans will offer a glimpse into the history, culture, and stories of the city of Toronto as told through its unique signage. Their Heritage Toronto-nominated book is packed full of gorgeous historic and vintage photography and is accompanied by thoughtful essays from over 20 different contributors on the social and cultural value of the city’s signage. Copies of the book will also be available for purchase following the talk.

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