Next month, catch Payette’s Andrea Love discuss applied research in architecture in the opening plenary panel discussion of this year’s ARCC International Conference on May 29- Jun 1 in Toronto, Canada. This year’s conference theme is “Future Praxis: Applied Research as a Bridge Between Theory and Practice.” Topics include design thinking, environment stewardship, and pedagogy.
Opening Plenary Panel
This panel discussion will focus on the conference theme of Applied Research as a Bridge Between Theory and Practice. In the world of increasing complexity and competing ideas, approaches, resources and techniques, how does architecture mediate these tensions? What is the role of academics and researchers in developing research outcomes that are meaningful and measurable? What is the role of practicing designers (architects, engineers and scientists) in developing an applied research agenda in architecture? ARCC 2019 seeks the identification, definition, positioning, defense and formalization of applied research as a bridge between theory and practice in the future praxis of architecture.
Branko Kolarevic, Professor, President, ACSA
Upali Nanda, Principal, Director of Research, HKS
Andrea Love, Principal, Director of Building Science, Payette
Thursday, May 30, 2019 | 9:00AM – 10:30AM
ARCC 2019 International Conference
May 29-Jun 1, 2019
Ryerson University, Toront0, Canada