Track 6: INTEGRATING OLD AND NEW – BUILDINGS, DISTRICTS, and LANDSCAPES / Volet 6: Intégrer l’ancien et le nouveau – Immeubles, quartiers et paysages

Residential Infill - Heritage Structures

Friday, October 13
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

There is no need for any of us to try to understand the importance of heritage retention. That is why we are all here. In addition to the architectural, cultural, and historical importance of our heritage building inventory, we also know that the greenest building is the one saved. Sustainability, if for no other reason is a measure we use in our building society to understand the importance of heritage retention.

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Timothy Ankenman, MAIBC, MRAIC, AIA, M.Arch.

Tim Ankenman is the founder and principal of Ankenman Marchand Architects, who have become well known for their award-winning innovative architecture, rezoning work, heritage restoration and urban design work throughout B.C., Washington State, and more recently Ontario and Mexico.
Throughout their 25+ years in practice, Ankenman Marchand have undertaken a large variety of project typologies including mixed-use, artist studios, adaptive re-use, restaurants, pubs, hotels, heritage work, breweries, high-rises, urban & resort planning, plus a wide variety of housing genres. In their residential work the firm has always strived to keep ahead of current marketplace “trends” by introducing fresh and innovative ideas, allowing their projects to stand out from their surrounding inventory.
Prior to starting his own firm, Mr. Ankenman received his Masters of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture where he studied under notable architects such as Thom Mayne, Frank Gerghy, Eric Owen Moss and Ray Kappe. In his year abroad he lived in Lugano Switzerland where he studied under Luigi Snozzi, Mario Botta and Martin Wagner. He also worked for various architectural firms in Montreal, Vancouver, Switzerland and Los Angeles prior to starting his own practice here in Vancouver.
Mr. Ankenman chaired the Whistler Design Panel for 5 years, and has served on the White Rock and Surrey Design Panels for close to 10 years. He has lectured at Simon Fraser University, the Urban Development Institute, and the Greater Vancouver Homebuilder’s Association.

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Stephen Robinson, MA, CAHP

Senior Heritage Planner
City of Guelph

Stephen Robinson holds an MA in Art & Architectural History (Concordia University), a Certificate in Heritage Planning (University of Waterloo) and is a CAHP professional member with many years of experience as a heritage planner and consultant in the public and private realms. Stephen has been the Senior Heritage Planner at the City of Guelph since 2009 providing research, policy and technical advice relating to the conservation of cultural heritage resources in the development application process. Stephen maintains the City of Guelph’s Municipal Register of Cultural Heritage Properties, manages the heritage review and heritage permit application processes and is the staff liaison to Heritage Guelph the City’s municipal heritage committee. Before settling in Guelph, Stephen was the Cultural Heritage Coordinator at the City of Vaughan and a co-author of the City of Brantford’s Heritage Inventory.

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