The Royal Architecture Institute of Canada (RAIC) presents a virtual conference over several non-consecutive days in June.
Spanning a series of online talks and other events, the RAIC Virtual Conference on Architecture returns this year in its third edition.
The conference features over 36 hours of live and on-demand content centred on topics such as embodied carbon, unisex accessible public toilets and post-pandemic planning and design.
Also discussed at RAIC Virtual Conference on Architecture is talking-points such as mass timber, the spatial needs of adults with autism and indigenous-led design approaches, among many other diverse subjects.
Architects from leading offices including Perkins&Will, Diamond Schmitt Architects and GEC Architecture host discussions at the event, which aims to connect people with the complex landscape of the built environment.
Founded in 1907, RAIC is a non-profit, national organisation that intends to platform architects and their work.
RAIC Virtual Conference on Architecture 2022 takes place online on 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 27 and 29 June 2022.