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Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Saturday, November 3, 2018.
Location: Ryerson's School of Urban and Regional Planning, South Bond Building, 105 Bond Street, 4th Floor, Room 312, Toronto, ON
For the 7th year in a row, ACO NextGen is hosting a one-day design charrette for students and emerging professionals in fields related to conservation and city-building including architecture, urban design, planning, landscape architecture, environment studies, built history, and heritage conservation. The charrette is intended to encourage creative thinking, cross-disciplinary collaboration, and provide networking opportunities with esteemed speakers and panelists, which will include:
Luc Bouliane - Founding Principal at Lebel & Bouliane
Michelle Senayah - Founder & Executive Director at The Laneway Project
Kim Storey - Founding Principal at Brown & Storey
Joey Giaimo - Founding Principle at Giaimo
Dave Harvey - Founder & Executive Director at Park People
Ron Soskolne - Founding Principal at Soskolne Associates
This year's charrette addresses the adaptive reuse of 38-40 Dundas Street East in Toronto, located adjacent to Yonge-Dundas Square. This property has had several addresses in the past, reflecting the complex transformation of this neighbourhood over the 19th and 20th centuries. The property has taken its current form in the mid-1920's. With the realignment, the facade of the building was reconfigured and an adjacent triangular lot was created to accommodate the shape of the street. The building has remained vacant for several years and is currently owned by the City of Toronto. The charrette will focus on the adaptive reuse and development of the historic building, adjacent lot, and surrounding landscape. Considered the final piece of the Yonge-Dundas Square revamp, this redevelopment holds enormous potential to positively contribute to the downtown area and foster an awareness of the historic narrative of Toronto's urban fabric.
Registration is now open and we invite you to join us on November 3, 2018 at Ryerson's School of Urban and Regional Planning in Toronto to consider the possible adaptive re-use designs that could be implemented at 38-40 Dundas Street East in Toronto. The event will take place from 9AM-6PM, and will also include a catered lunch and refreshments.
If you are already an ACO NextGen member, tickets are $15. If you are not already a member, registration tickets are $27 and include a 1 year ACO NextGen membership. If you are a mature proffessional interested in attending the walking tour, precedent talk, and see the NextGen proposals, you're welcome to purchase an Observer Ticket (non-competing) for $15.