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Britannia Renewal Speakers Series - Building Community

Jun 15, 2017 6:30 pm - Jun 15, 2017 8:30 pm
Location: Gym D
Join us for refreshments and discussion on Building Community at Britannia. #BritanniaRenewal

Building  Community

Come learn about examples of successful, multi-use community facilities from across Canada and beyond.

Discuss how the Britannia Renewal project can learn from leading edge, dynamic and integrated community facilities.

 

Date: Thursday June 15, 2017
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm

Location: Britannia Community Services Centre, Gym D

 

Speaker:

 Don Schmitt, Architect (Diamond Schmitt Architects)
A founding Principal of Diamond Schmitt, Donald Schmitt has 42
years of professional experience in the planning of largescale
urban developments and in the design and construction of mixed-use
developments that are innovative, functional and sustainably designed.

Since 2006, Don has been working on the Regent Park Master Plan
and Revitalization - a project which has transformed the Regent Park
community. The Daniels Spectrum Arts and Cultural Centre has become a central hub within the Regent Park neighbourhood, significantly changing the nature of public space for its residents. The Centre solidifies social interaction and cross-disciplinary involvement in the Arts. Don also led the revitalization of the award-winning Evergreen Brickworks Centre for Green Cities, a five-storey
structure housing offices, classrooms and event space, developed around a central idea of connection between retail, leisure, inspiration, education, action and sustainability and is the first designated heritage site in Canada to achieve LEED Platinum certification.