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Catchment Area: Bruce, Huron, Perth, Middlesex,Oxford, Elgin, Haldimand-Norfolk
The London Society of Architects (LSA) is a local society of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA). It provides a venue for dialogue, a support network for local professionals, and a vehicle for social interaction, continuing education and community outreach.
The London Society of Architects extends beyond the municipal border of the city of London to include the counties of Bruce, Huron, Perth, Middlesex, Oxford, Elgin and Haldimand-Norfolk.
Throughout the past year, LSA has continued a robust program of initiatives aimed towards the promotion of architecture and addressing issues affecting the architectural profession.
As the voice of architecture in the region, LSA continues to meet with the City of London to make the municipality aware of the problems that the current Site Plan Approval is creating, and continues to raise issues surrounding public procurement.
Last year, LSA organized a successful Speakers Series in conjunction with Museum London. The 2015 spring season featured Bruce Kuwabara (KPMB), David Stavros (B + H Architects) and John Christie (Parkin Architects). The fall session featured two documentaries; Citizen Architect by Samuel Mockbee, The London Dominion Public Building by Juan Bello and John Nicholson presented the work of Nicholson Sheffield Architects.