• October 21, 2021

With this year’s theme being Change for Good, WRLDCTY seeks to inspire real urban innovation to help propel tangible positive change in cities. Lemay will be hosting a panel on the Toronto stage and FLDWRK will be joining a panel on the World stage.

On Wednesday, October 27, at 6:30 p.m., we will see Andrew King on the Toronto stage alongside Matthew Hickey and Brenda Webster Tweel for the “Future of Canadian Cities”. Panellists will offer insight and exchange on the continual reinvention, differentiating characteristics, and the future of Canadian cities.

  • Andrew King, Chief Design Officer at Lemay, Principal at FLDWRK
  • Matthew Hickey, Architect at Two Row Architect, Assistant Professor at OCAD University
  • Brenda Webster Tweel, Senior Associate, Stantec

Subsequently, FLDWRK will join the World stage panel, “Designing for Justice” on Thursday, October 28, at 8:30 a.m. Principal Andrew King will explore how a truly participatory design process and outcome can help create healthier, safer, and more equitable cities with Dr. Bahiyyah Maroon, Tamika L. Butler & Charles T. Brown. FLDWRK is a research and design collective that investigates the current systemic transitions in society.

  • Andrew King, Chief Design Officer at Lemay, Principal at FLDWRK
  • Dr Bahiyyah Maroon, Chief Executive Officer at Polis Institute
  • Tamika L. Butler, Founder + Principal, Tamika L. Butler Consulting
  • Charles T. Brown, Founder and Principal, Equitable Cities

Register here.