Architecture & Design NOW presents Daniel Heaton

Architecture & Design NOW presents Daniel Heaton
6 pm MT | September 26, 2022
Room L1060, LINC Bldg
Free admission, everyone welcome

Heaton’s presentation focuses on the factors and influences that shaped the design and construction of the University of Lethbridge University Hall building designed by world renowned Canadian Architect Arthur Erickson. Dr. James Tagg, Professor Emeritus of the history department, joins the presentation as a special guest.

Daniel Heaton is at present a registered architect in the role of Director of Facility Services for Lethbridge School Division (LSD) since 2016 and has operated his own Professional Architectural Firm Daniel S. Heaton Architect since 2008. Prior to his employment with LSD he was the Manager and Senior Associate of HFKS Architects in Calgary, Project Manager/Associate with Kasian Architecture, HIP Architects both in Edmonton, Hirano and Heaton Architects in Lethbridge.

Daniel has received numerous awards during his academic studies, including the Alpha Rho Chi medal for leadership, and promise of professional merit in the field of architecture. He has won several awards in his professional career including the Canadian Steel Institute and the Canadian Association of Consulting Engineers awards for his Coal Banks Crossing Pedestrian Bridge in Lethbridge.


Room or Area: 
Room L1060

Daniel Heaton’s presentation is the first in a series in this fall’s Architecture & Design NOW, dedicated to architect Arthur Erickson and the University of Lethbridge, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the official opening of University Hall and the westside campus, which took place on September 23, 1972. Heaton’s talk is followed on October 3 by a presentation by Michelangelo Sabatino, Professor of Architectural History and Cultural Heritage in the College of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago. The series marking this occasion concludes on Nov. 14 with a presentation by architectural historian, Rhodri Windsor Liscombe, Professor Emeritus, University of British Columbia and co-author with Sabatino of a forthcoming book on Erickson. 


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