S4

The Future of the Profession

Around the world, countries are developing and adopting architectural policies to help shape the future of the profession and to enhance the public’s understanding of the importance of a high-quality built environment. This session will discuss a current collaborative initiative of three national architectural bodies: the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA), the Canadian Council of University Schools of Architecture (CCUSA) and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC). Discussions will be focused on the development and implementation of an Architecture Policy for Canada and on the current national initiative undertaken in Quebec with similar processes. Both a professional and governmental perspective will be provided.

Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Location: Room 220
Learning Units (LUs): 1.5 Core

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Presented by:

Darryl Condon Architect AIBC, AAA, SAA, OAA, NLAA, AIA, FRAIC, LEED AP

Darryl Condon is a registered Architect, a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and Managing Principal of HCMA Architecture + Design. Darryl is also Past-President of the Architectural Institute of British Columbia and for the past few years has been working closely with colleagues across Canada on a process aimed at developing anRead More

Toon Dreessen

Toon Dreessen is a graduate of Carleton University and is a Past-President of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA). He leads his company in project development and is responsible for award winning projects in infill development, laboratory, research, and industrial projects. He is a published author, public speaker and fierce advocate for architecture, believing inRead More

Scott Kemp Architect AIBC

Scott Kemp was raised in Vancouver and obtained a Structural Engineering degree at University of British Columbia. He studied Architecture in the UK at the Charles Rennie Mackintosh School of Architecture and at the Architectural Association. In 1988, Scott became a registered architect with the Royal Institute of British Architects. From 1988 to 1994, ScottRead More