Johanna Hurme & Sasa Radulovic, Principals & Founders of 5468796 Architecture, discuss what it means to be an architect, the best it can bring to city building and some problematic practices of the profession.
It is safe to say that it’s been a wild few months.
And now, after two months of strict social distancing here in Canada, many provinces are starting to reopen their communities and economies. It has a lot of us thinking about how COVID will impact society and cities in the long-term.
How might our collective values adapt to this new reality?
How will our food systems change?
Will transit, retail and nightlife be able to recover?
How will global supply chains adapt?
There are endless questions, and not many answers. But we wanted to hear from past and future guests about their thoughts on how COVID will impact our communities.
In this episode, you’ll hear from:
- Paty Rios
- Research & Housing Lead, Happy City
- Cassandra Caiger
- Engagement Lead, Intelligent Futures
- Christina Seidel
- Owner, sonnevera international corp
- Erin White
- Founder, Principal, Community Food Lab
- Sheena Jardine-Olade, MPlan
- Planning + Design, Night Lab
- Nik Ives-Allison, Ph.D
- Research + Strategy, Night Lab
- Martyna Turczynowicz
- Engagement + Communications, Night Lab
- Lourdes Juan
- Leela Viswanathan, PhD, RPP, MCIP
- Principal and Founder, Viswali Consulting
- Greg Tanzola
- Former Executive Director, Asset Management, Greybrook Realty Partners
- Matt Pinder
- Erick Villagomez
City Builder Series: The Transportation EngineerApril 27, 2020 in City Builder Series, Transportation, Uncategorised
Eric MacNaughton, senior transportation engineer at the City of Calgary, discusses what it means to be a transportation engineer, the best it can bring to city building and some problematic practices of the profession.