Panel explores architect-engineer relationship
On October 15, Arup will take part in a Toronto panel discussion exploring the relationship between architecture and engineering.
Hosted by the Design Exchange, Canada’s only museum devoted to multidisciplinary design, the talk will delve into the opportunities and limitations inherent in the building process.
Lisa Rochon, architecture critic of The Globe and Mail, will introduce the panel. Arup’s Richard Terry (recently named the Toronto office’s buildings practice leader) and Hassan Ally will be joined by University of Toronto professor Constantin Christopoulos, Teeple Architects’ Stephen Teeple, and HOK Canada’s Calvin Smith. McGill University professors Ghyslaine McClure and Effie Bouras will moderate.
The event will take place from 6:30 to 8:30. For more information or to register, visit the museum’s event page.
Visitors to the Design Exchange can learn more about Arup’s work through current exhibition Considering the Quake: Seismic Design on the Edge. The exhibit discusses how earthquake engineering has shaped several of our projects, including Toronto’s York University Subway Station.
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