Carol Presenting in Canada Seminar at Harvard University

Moriyama Teshima Architects Partner, Carol Phillips, will be presenting at Harvard University next week at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs.

“The architect has agency in this time of interlinked crises. The environmental crisis is at the root of many intensely problematic social, social justice, and health issues that continuously divide us. Humans have exploited the planet and each other and the damage will require both quantitative and qualitative solutions. Architecture exists at this intersection.”
– Carol Phillips

Her talk, entitled “Changing Culture: Architecture at the Intersection”, will focus on two projects Carol is currently working on that have this potential: Mukwa Waakaa’igan Indigenous Centre for Cultural Excellence, a reconciliation project for Algoma University and the Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association (with Smoke Architecture), and Limberlost Place for George Brown College (with Acton Ostry Architects), a 10-storey mass timber, net-zero carbon emissions academic building on Toronto’s waterfront.

Please click here if you wish to register to attend this lecture taking place on Monday March 20th at 12:00PM (EST).

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