Carol Phillips on TVO’s The Agenda
“The great potential of architecture is to actually impact us on very personal levels … Space, and how we frame that experience – how we frame nature, how we frame our urban environments as well – this is all part of how we see each other in a place and how we see each other as a collective. Architecture has the potential and the responsibility to frame that in an inclusive way.”
– Carol Phillips, Moriyama Teshima Architects
Be sure to check out this week’s episode of TVO’s The Agenda, entitled What is Architecture? [Architecture Week Part 1] featuring a roundtable discussion between MTA’s Carol Phillips, Marianne McKenna of KPMB Architects, Donald Schmitt of Diamond Schmitt, and Eladia Smoke of Smoke Architecture Inc.. This talk, which dives into the changing common practices of the architectural industry, is moderated by the program’s affable host, Nam Kiwanuka. Click the link below to learn what it means to each of these four leading professionals to be an architect today, and how we must design with the future of our communities in mind.