Canadian cities are under constant construction and reinvention. Which brings us to question: What is a Canadian city and in retrospect what is the future of Canadian cities? Join our discussion as we look to the future and begin to dissect what a true Canadian city is, what makes it different from other international cities and how can we create more “Canadian-like” cities around the world.
Andrew King is a recognized leader in Canadian design practice, education and excellence. Responsible for the firm’s design leadership, he has evolved a critically recognized practice model that converges speculative practice, creative thinking and academic research.
Matthew is Mohawk from the Six Nations of the Grand River Reserve, practicing architecture at Two Row Architect for 15 years, he currently oversees design and development for the firm. Matthew is an Assistant Professor at the Ontario College of Art and Design University and Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Toronto.
Brenda Webster Tweel is a champion for urban renewal with solid international experience, Brenda is a senior associate that partners closely with infrastructure, financial, and government teams.