Twenty + Change: NEXT GENERATION
November 20, 2015 – February 6, 2016
Twenty + Change is a non-profit volunteer-run organization, established to encourage the exchange of ideas, and to expose and disseminate the work of a new generation of Canadian architects and designers. Through an ongoing exhibition and publication series, Twenty + Change is dedicated to promoting emerging designers working in architecture, landscape architecture and urban design. The fourth version of Twenty + Change, NEXT GENERATION, will feature projects and practices that are setting a new agenda for innovation and excellence through their built or speculative work.
Urbanspace Gallery 401 Richmond St West, Toronto, ON
Congratulations to Peter Sampson Architecture Studio & WORK/SHOP for their recognition!
Chinatown Bike Rack Design Competition
The deadline for submissions is December 22, 2015
With its lovely architecture and flavourful restaurants, Chinatown is a great place to explore – especially by bike! Help us create custom bike racks for those coming into one of downtown’s most culturally diverse districts.
Artists are asked to submit a line drawing that is graphically strong and that takes into account criteria for functional bicycle racks. Three artists (or three teams of artists) will be chosen, by a selection committee, to refine and transfer their drawings to digital files that will be used as a pattern for laser cut steel bicycle racks. The goal is to produce up to twenty bicycle racks (including three unique designs) for installation in 2016. Each artist or team of artists will be paid an honorarium of $1000 for each winning bicycle rack design selected.
Manitoba Energy Code for Buildings Series
Wednesday December 9, 2015 - lunch meeting.
CSC Winnipeg joint with MBEC invites you to join us on December 9th for Part 1 of ourManitoba Energy Code for Buildings Series where Harry Schroeder (Manitoba Hydro) and Louis Pereira (Sherwood Developments Ltd.) discuss navigating building envelope requirements - it's really not that painful.
The Manitoba Energy Code for Buildings (MECB) introduced thermal requirements for the building envelope. As with any change in codes, there are challenges in determining what is required and how best to design buildings which comply. Business as usual is not an option, as we re-think material selection and how materials are incorporated into assemblies. This session will review the specific requirements in Part 3 of the MECB and provide practical design considerations to meet these requirements in a cost effective manner.
Please email your confirmation by 4:00 pm, Dec 4th 2015 to Gord French at: firstname.lastname@example.org (No shows invoiced). Payment by cash or cheque at the door OR with paypal (Please advise Gord French in your RSVP if you wish to receive the PayPal link next week).
Navigating the Building Permit Process
December 3, 2015; 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Construction project delays can lead to significant cost escalation and customer dissatisfaction. Permits are a key project component. Learn the building permit process, including how to avoid the pitfalls that may suspend permit applications and how to proactively manage your application through its approval journey. Participants will gain an understanding of the overall permit process.
This course is ideal for… All construction permit applicants (including architects, general contractors, project coordinators and project managers).
Facilitator: Stan Dueck, Manager of Development and Inspections, City of Winnipeg`s Planning, Property & Development Department.
MB2015 Holiday Special
Now is your chance to give a gift that keeps on giving.
For a limited time, MB 2015 will be available at a significant discount.
Individual books $20 each
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About the e-Bulletin
The e-Bulletin is published semi-monthly as an informational resource to members of the Manitoba Association of Architects. Send your events and notices directly to Jason Robbins (firstname.lastname@example.org). As well, if you would like to submit an image for the Every building has an Architect series, you can send them directly to Jason Robbins. Include all applicable credits including architect and photo; images should be 800px x 600px or less.
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