DTAH Partners Brian Brownlie and Robert Allsopp will be panelists at Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) NextGen's 6th annual design charrette for students and emerging professionals. The charrette is intended to encourage creative thinking, cross-discplinary collaboration, and provide design learning opportunities and valuable insight from the esteemed speakers and panelists. This year's project centres on designing an innovative adaptive re-use solution for the Toronto Coach Terminal built in 1931.
The one-day event will take place on Saturday, November 11 at Campbell House Museum. Learn more
'Young designers set to breathe new life into 87-year-old Bay St. coach bus terminal' Metro News