The art of architecture and interior design has inspired us throughout history. Through the use of material, scale, proportion, and light, artists created spaces that are meaningful to all who work, play, and live in them. With modern advances in technology, improved tools for design, and increasing limits to material properties, former boundaries that used to constrain architectural possibility are dissolving rapidly.
Now, more than ever before, architects and interior designers have the opportunity to transcend convention and become enveloped in the essence of the built form. Enjoy Banff Session 2014 as we go beyond boundaries.
Every two years, the Alberta Association of Architects hold a conference in the beautiful Rocky Mountains in Banff, Alberta appropriately titled, Banff Session. The conference provides an opportunity for those involved in the practice of architecture and interior design to discuss their work, ideas, beliefs, and attitudes in an arena of open dialogue, in a unique context unencumbered by the everyday pressures and activities of the workplace.
Banff Session has historically been attended by a full house of approximately 450 architects, interior designers, academics, and students from all parts of Canada and the United States.
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