Built Environment Aesthetics: Experiential Art & Architecture Panel+Social
Sun Glow Window Covering Products of Canada
50 Hollinger Rd, Toronto, ON M4B, Canada
The Colour Research Society of Canada and The Right Angle Journal are hosting an event featuring an intellectual and inspiring panel discussion at Sun Glow Window Covering Products of Canada on built environment aesthetics.
Join us... to participate in a conversation about spatial experience and the significance of material and immaterial aspects of our built environment.
As well, join us at the Sun Glow office to network with architects and interior designers as well as hear about how window coverings can be used to improve the aesthetics in your projects.
Beverages and light food will be provided. There is free ample parking on-site and the location is accessible by public transit.
Networking with complimentary food and drinks
Sun Glow Presentation + Tour
Introduction (by Colour Research Society of Canada)
Panel Discussion featuring:David Craddock, Director, Built Environment Open Forum (moderator)Gorden Grice, Editor-In-Chief of The Right Angle Journal (speaker)David Pearl, Artist -- Design Team for the New Highway 407 Transit Station (speaker)
The panel discussion qualifies for two hours of OAA Unstructured Learning and ARIDO General Education (GE).
(Event ends approximately 8:30pm)
Spaces are limited. Please reserve your seat.
Sun Glow Window Covering Products of Canada Ltd. specializes in the development, production, installation, servicing and distribution of custom window treatments. Sun Glow is a Canadian manufacturer committed to superior workmanship and technical expertise. They source and distribute quality components and materials from leading global suppliers that have environmentally responsible properties and are of exceptional quality and innovation.
Colour Research Society of Canada (CRSC) is the Canadian member organisation of the AIC (International Colour Association). CRSC is a non-profit organisation for colour research, focused on fostering a cross-disciplinary sharing of colour knowledge, seeking to develop and support a national, cross-disciplinary network of artists and designers, scholars and practitioners, with a common interest in colour.
The Right Angle Journal is the official voice of the Built Environment Open Forum - a non-profit organization that encourages and facilitates conversation about the built environment among professionals and non-professionals. The Journal appears quarterly in print and online, with a current distribution of over 4,000, reaching over 2,200 Canadian architecture firms, including 100% of the architectural practices in Ontario, Canada.
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