Craig Goodman is a skilled designer and architect with CS&P Architects in Toronto who has led a wide array of the firm's projects. With over 25 years of professional experience, Craig has worked on a variety of scales. As an LEED-accredited professional, Craig provides leadership in the sustainable design culture of the practice and incorporates sensitive environmental strategies into the conceptual framework of his projects.
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Planes and Hard to Reach Places
BY CYNTHIA DRESCHER
@ VOL 1
ON AUG 14, 2014
Cynthia Drescher, travel editor for Condé Nast's Jaunted and pilot in training, talks about small planes, remote destinations, and speed limits.
Going into depth and discovering the rarest places that only allow you to get there by one, or various, modes of transportation.
"Presentation of the Day" on November 4, 2014.
Thinking Public Spaces
BY ANDRÉ SLEIMAN
@ VOL 20
ON SEP 10, 2014
In Thinking Public Spaces, André Sleiman tackles the oh-so-controversial issue of public spaces in Lebanon, and invites the audience to reflect upon the balance to be found between public and private property - and well, to "Move it!"
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Inspiring Meeting Places
BY EWA KUMLIN
@ VOL 59
ON MAY 18, 2017
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Copyright and the Public Domain
BY BRIAN HANNING
@ VOL 1
ON JUN 22, 2017
Movies, books, music, art. We love to see these and share them with our friends. THe internet has made it easy but attorney Brian Hanning explores the legal boundries of public versus private domain and what we will be able to freely share in the coming years.
BY JASON HARRISON
@ VOL 32
ON AUG 17, 2017
Jason Harrison examines the opposite of clutter and how space and objects affect us. Jason’s perspective is influenced by an unconventional career teaching in public schools, writing analysis for the CIA, and personal training in New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C.