6:30 PM - Room 103
Stephen Teeple is founder and principal of the firm Teeple Architects in Toronto and member of the Ontario Association of Architects. Stephen is a graduate of the University of Waterloo, from which he received his Bachelor of Architecture in 1980. He received his Master of Science in Building Design from Columbia University. Stephen was awarded Fellow status at the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in 1998 and was nominated to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2006. Stephen's designs have been awarded significant honours including awards from the Governor General of Canada; Canadian Architect Magazine; Progressive Architecture Magazine; Best of Canada; Canadian Wood Council; American Institute of Architects; Holcim Foundation, and others. His current work explores the cultural dimension of sustainability in architecture; research that formulates a provocation for rethinking the art of architecture. Environmentally conscious design is becoming for Stephen an integral consideration in the formulation of the architectural idea of each project, and in the spatial experience embodied in the completed work. Stephen has extensive teaching experience in various Schools of Architecture as well as being invited to participate in many juries for architectural award selections. He is recognized as a significant critic in the Canadian architectural community and continues to be quoted and reviewed by various media.
Public lecture. Complimentary admission.