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September 21 and 22
2 days, 2 disciplines, 2 ways to participate – defining our professional roles and uniting to build more equitable, accessible and inspired communities.
Jasmine Frolick is a registered professional planner with the developer Castlepoint Numa. Her projects include Pinewood Toronto Studios (soon to be Canada’s largest purpose-built film and television studios), Draft Plan of Subdivisions in the Lower Junction and in the Port Lands, and redevelopments in Weston and Yorkville. Previously, she was with ERA Architects where she specialized in the adaptation of historic places of worship for both continuing religious uses as well as the introduction of new uses. Jasmine presented on intangible heritage at the OPPI Conference last year, where she made the argument that in certain cases the built form is less important than the cultural activities associated with the building, and therefore the built form should evolve to meet the evolving needs of the historic uses. Her work on the evolution of historic churches has been published in Canadian Architect.