The quest for sustainability will increasingly concentrate development in cities, resulting in architecture that will be a fusion of new and old forms. San Francisco architect Charles Bloszies explores this topic in a panel discussion after presenting case studies from his recently released book from Princeton Architectural Press.

Panelists
Trevor Boddy, critic and regular contributor to the Globe and Mail and Vancouver Sun.
Michael Green, Principal, MGB Architects.
R. Fung, Principal, Salient Group
Marco D’Agostini, Senior Heritage Planner, City of Vancouver.

Moderated by
Joe Dahmen, Assistant Professor of Design and Sustainability Integration, University of British Columbia School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.