Oakville Galleries presents New Models for Better Living? , a round-table discussion featuring architects Chris Hardwicke (Sweeny Sterling Finlayson & Co. Architects), Andy Thomson (Altius Architecture Inc. and Sustain Design), along with Oakville Town Planner Kirk Biggar. Their dialogue will be moderated by Lisa Rochon, architecture critic for the Globe and Mail. Sunday, April 27 from 2:30 to 4:30pm at Town Hall (Oakville and Trafalgar Rooms)Looking at models such as the velo-city project by Chris Hardwicke, Andy Thomson’s miniHome, as well as the concepts featured in Oakville Galleries current exhibit, T&T: Onward Future, panellists will bridge utopian architectural models with the reality of suburban planning. Oakville aims to be “the most liveable town in Canada” — could these models be a solution for the future of the Town of Oakville?
T&T Onward Future
9 February – 11 May 2008
At Centennial Square, 120 Navy Street
Curated by Patrik Andersson