All you architectural buffs, listen up! The Architectural Science program at Ryerson University is launching its annual lecture series. This in-depth set of lectures feature various presenters who have made an impact in the architectural community. Throughout the year, different presenters are featured. Some of this year's presenters include Toronto's own Andrew Frontini of Perkins + Will, who is responsible for overseeing the Nathan Phillips Square Revitalization Project. He will be presenting on Thursday September 19th. Other presenters in the next few months include Michael Stacey, Maxime-Alexis Frappier, and Julia Gersovitz who will be discussing "Union Station: Vision and Values in Urban Conservation" on October 3rd.

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Check out the Ryerson University webpage for the Architectural Science Lecture listings. The lectures, which are open and free to all, will be held throughout the year in the Pit in the Architecture Building (ARC202) at 325 Church Street at 6:30 PM.

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