Warming Huts Reception & Presentations
January 22, 2013
6:30 PM - Reception
From over 100 entries this year, jury members selected designs that best "push the envelope of design, craft and art." Three huts were chosen from the open submission process, one from a separate University of Manitoba competition and one is being designed by award winning architect Atelier Big City, from Montreal.
Presenters Include: Atelier Big City (Big City) Aamodt Plumb Architects (Smokehouse) Group Han Associates (Woolhaus) Liz Wreford-Taylor, Colin Grover, Marcelle Lucier (Hygge House) Stantec (Sonus Loci) Luca Roncoroni (Ice Sculptor) University of Manitoba Environmental Design studio (Wave Weave)
Come out and support the great work!
Centre Space John A. Russell Building
10x20x20 EVENT 10
January 24 (Thursday)
Joe Kalturnyk_RAW Gallery
BIM: Productivity cure or curse?
Jan. 30, 2012; 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Join Red River College and Smith Carter Architects and Engineers for an objective look at the productivity potentials of Building Information Modeling (BIM).
Lee McCormick, Principal and Director of Practice with Smith Carter, will lead attendees through an objective and realistic look at the potential productivity benefits and/or pitfalls of BIM, with a focus on real-world versus anecdotal observations - he will be supported by Joe Sam, BIM Manager with Smith Carter.
Venue: A1-37 – 2055 Notre Dame Ave | Red River College | Winnipeg, Manitoba
Limited to 25 in-person attendees, but unlimited participants can attend via live webcast.
MAKE / Coffee + Stuff, "003_READ"
January 14-28, 2013
The exhibition 003_READ celebrates 21 years of publishing of the Warehouse Journal at the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Architecture. Founded in 1991, it set forth with the mandate for being a medium in which to foster and disseminate discourse and critique. The entire collection, Volumes 1 to 21, will be on display to reflect the evolutionary changes to the academic structure of the Faculty of Architecture, and reveal the changing world of publishing through its production and aesthetic value.
MAKE is a new event + retail venue at 751 Corydon Avenue.
Core Sunlighting Illumination in Buildings
Registration Deadline is January 15, 2013.
Architecture Canada | RAIC is pleased to offer a second session of its interactive online course, developed by the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), that examines the application of core sunlighting approaches and technologies in commercial buildings as sustainable strategies to reduce costs, offset greenhouse gas, and provide a substantially improved indoor environment in workplaces.
Students will be provided a login and password by BCIT prior to course start. Offered from January 19 to 28, 2013, each participant will be allowed unlimited log-in over a one week period to complete the course content. During the course duration, an instructor/facilitator will be available asynchronously to answer questions and moderate discussions. Using tools such as video, audio and voiced-over PowerPoint, students will "visit" demonstration sites and hear from core sunlighting experts.
February 7-9, 2013
The University of Manitoba's Faculty of Architecture in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada hosts an annual symposium - ATMOSPHERE (ATMOS). Each year the ATMOSPHERE symposia explore issues that are intangible and overlooked in design, planning and architecture, those difficult to pin down, document, or record with conventional instruments and methodologies. ATMOS 5 will focus on Ecology + Design.
REGISTER ONLINE AT http://www.atmos.ca
The 2012 Manitoba Excellence in Sustainability Awards
The deadline is 12:00 noon, Friday, February 1, 2013.
The Manitoba Round Table for Sustainable Development established the Manitoba Excellence in Sustainability Awards to recognize and honour people, projects and ideas that successfully turn the principles and guidelines of sustainable development into lasting achievements. Sustainable development is an approach to daily decision-making that integrates probable consequences to our environment, our economy and the health and well-being of all Manitobans. It's a way of making decisions that balances the needs of today without sacrificing the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
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