Technology and Design – A Changing Landscape

Technology is playing a huge role in our design and the ‘Internet of Things’ is just the beginning.
In this session, three architects whose work spans across a wide range of project types will explore how technology is impacting the field of design and forecast on how our design work might evolve.

-    Technology’s impact on the urban fabric - from driveless cars to complex urban modeling
-    Technology’s impact at the scale of a large building project – from sustainable design to building     technology
-    Technology’s impact on user experience – from wayfinding to immersive spaces

Session Details

Session ID: 
89CE
Time: 
Friday, May 26th, 2017: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Accreditation: 
1.5 Structured/Core AIA LU
Venue : 
Shaw
Level: 
2
Room: 
204

Session Speaker(s)

Jessica Hawes, OAA, MCIP, RPP, MRAIC, LEED AP

Senior Associate, Brook McIlroy

Jessica Hawes, a Senior Associate, planner and architect with Brook McIlroy, has 17 years of experience in the planning and design of buildings and cities. At Brook McIlroy, Jessica has been responsible for the management and design of both planning and architectural projects including community master plans, development studies, urban design guidelines, secondary plans and strategic growth studies.

Anna Madeira, OAA, AAA, AIBC, MAA, NSAA, AANB, MRAIC, LEED AP

Principal, Quadrangle

Anna Madeira is a Principal and architect with Quadrangle where she leads the talent management of this growing studio. Anna was project architect for several complex projects, including the ONroute service centres, and the Yonge/Sheppard Centre. Anna was an integral part of the planning, design and compliance team that prepared standards for the Athletes’ Village of the 2015 PanAm/ParapanAm Games.

Pauline Dolovich, OAA, AAA, MRAIC, OMA, AAM, LEED Green Associate

Principal, Reich + Petch

Pauline Dolovich is a Principal and architect with Reich +Petch specializing in museum exhibitions. Pauline has developed gallery projects for institutions such as the Royal Ontario Museum and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. Pauline is currently leading the team for the Smithsonian’s largest natural history Hall to date, Deep Time, the National Fossil Hall, which includes their dinosaur collection.

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ARCHITECTURE 150
24-27 May 2017
Ottawa, Ontario

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The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and the Ontario Association of Architects have partnered to present the 2017 Festival of Architecture May 24-27, 2017 in Ottawa.

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