The Dale Henwood Lectureship Fund was established in 1978 in memory of Dale Henwood BID, to bring guest lecturers for interior design students and professionals. This year, The Professional Interior Designers Instituite of Manitoba; the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Architecture Department of Interior Design; the Interior Design Association of Students and Partners Program are pleased to present the lecture in conjunction with the Winnipeg Design Festival
The Northlands FN community is one of four communities in Manitoba that rely solely on diesel generated electricity. A project to move to more distributed energy sources is now underway. Included in the project is a 280 kW solar array, a biomass district heating system and a lake-based geothermal district heating and cooling system.
To raise awareness of Indigenous Housing in Canada and improve opportunities available to design, deliver and maintain housing for remote access Indigenous Canadians.
The Summit is a historic gathering of 50 international organizations all with a common objective: developing an international action plan for harnessing the power of design to address pressing global challenges. International organizations representing interior design, architecture, urban planing and landscape architecture, are coming together for the first time with representatives of intergovernmental and supranational organizations and specialized agencies, such as UNESCO, OECD, UNEP and ICLEI.