L’OEUF, Joe Lobko, and Florence Portes want to speak with you

Talk, in English, Shaughnessy House, 29 January 2015 , 6pm

L’OEUF (Daniel Pearl, Bernard Olivier, and Sudhir Suri) is a Montreal-based architectural practice founded in 1992. Toronto architect Joe Lobko and Florence Portes, chef des services aux femmes at the Mission Old Brewery in Montreal, will join L’OEUF in a conversation on their book Community Inspired Housing in Canada. Co-edited with Daniel Wentz and published by the HOLCIM Foundation in Switzerland, the book describes the challenges of integrating community aspirations with approaches to advanced green building, long-term resilience, and sustainability.

This lecture is part of the series They want to speak with you.


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