talks + exhibitions


Inge Roecker














Fraser Lake COOP , Public Presentation, March 14, 2019, Prince Goerge, BC.

Panel Discussion Member: PopCanCrit Symposium :The business of Architecture in Canada, Woman in Architecture Vancouver, BC., October 19, 2018

Panel Discussion Member: PopCanCrit Symposium :The business of Architecture in Canada, the State of Education, Vancouver, BC., October 19, 2018

Panel Discussion: DTES, Working on Housing, Vancouver, BC., November 9, 2018

Typologies Defining the Character of a Neighbourhood, Heritage Vancouver, May 16, 2016, Granville Island Community Center, Vancouver

Workshop: Aboriginal Housing worc-shop, COV, Vancouver BC., May 20, 2016

SALA Speaks at Vancouver Museum, Vancouver Museum, March 11, 2012

Urban Acupuncture, Vancouver Chinatown, March 11, 2012, SALA Speaks at Vancouver Museum, Vancouver

GO: A temporary Gallery for Permanent Change, Yue Shan Society Courtyard, Cultural Olympics, Vancouver, BC. February, 2010

Urbanism / Vancouver Chinatown, May 27, 2010, UBC SCARP, Vancouver

Urban Acupuncture , Works of ASIR, April 8, 2010, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, USA

Paper Presenter: Lu’s: A Social Enterprise Pharmacy for Women: ACSA Conference, Portland, Washington, USA.,

March 27, 2009

Urban Acupuncture , Works of ASIR, Feb 2009, University of Washington, Seattle, USA


Landscapes: Celebrating Collaborative Networks in Space Design, BC Society of Landscape Architects, Vancouver, BC. May 2, 2008.


Intersection: Everybody is Somebody, Carrall Street Public Art Project, City of Vancouver Art Programme, Vancouver, BC. December 8, 2007.

Public Networks. FUSE 07(4) VAG (Vancouver Art Gallery), Vancouver, BC. October 26, 2007.

TransScape. SWARM8(5) : Festival of Artist Run Culture, Vancouver, BC. September 7, 2007.

Urban Re-Invention, Vancouver’s Chinatown, May 2007, 2 nd Year Urban Planning Masters Class, Technische Universitaet Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Vancouver’s Landfill Site, May 2007, Institut fuer Baustofflehre, Bauphysik, Technischen Ausbau und Entwerfen, Universitaet Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany


Archiving the Future. A joint exhibition of UBC students of Architecture and History. Showcase: Architecture students' ideas for Chinatown & History students' stories of Chinese Canadian Migrants. Chinese Cultural Centre (CCC), Vancouver, BC. January 25 – 31, 2004.

Chinatown Studio Exhibition: Bringing the Clan Association to the 21st Century. Part of the Chinese New Year Celebration. CCC, Vancouver, BC. February 2004.


Chinatown Studio: Info Kiosk/Street Furniture for Chinatown Exhibition. Sponsored by the City of Vancouver Planning Department and the VCRC. Chinese Cultural Centre Museum Complex, Vancouver, B.C. November 1, 2003.

Net-loft / Museum Extension Exhibition. Gulf of Georgia Cannery Museum, Richmond, BC. April 2003.


AnnaLisa Meyboom


Robot Made: Stressed Skin Structures in Wood. Centre of Advanced Wood Processing Open House 2019. Vancouver, January 31, 2019.

Innovation in the Architectural Language of Wood. Funded by the Canadian Embassy in Portugal. Public lecture at University of Porto.  27 Feb 2019.

Panel: Creating Effective Partnerships Between Industry, Academia, Communities and NGO’s to Drive City Innovation. Smart Communities Roadshow 2019 hosted by the Public Sector Network. March 6, 2019.


Timber Tech: A Maker Space for LaSalle College. 

Presentation and exhibition of MArch Student Studio Work from the Timber Tech Studio at the LaSalle Gallery. January 23 – Feb 9, 2018.

Robotics: Disrupting the Way we Build with Wood” in panel ‘Views from the Edge’. Buildex Keynote. February 14, 2018.

Robot Made: Robotic Fabrication of Wood Workshop. Centre of Advanced Wood Processing Open House 2018. Vancouver, January 25, 2018.


Autonomous Vehicles and the Future of Driving in the Region at Tranlink Regional Roundtable on the Future of Driving, New Westminster, BC, Feb 2, 2017.

Autonomous Vehicles and their Impact on Urban Form and Society’ to Vancouver Board of Trade, April 21, 2017.

Autonomous Vehicles: Designing the Urban Future’ to Hatch Engineering Board of Directors, Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Vancouver, Canada. June 23, 2017.


Designing the Future of Autonomous Vehicles and Urban Form at the Automated Vehicles: Planning the Next Disruptive Technology. Conference Board of Canada Conference, Toronto, Canada, April 19-20, 2016.


TimberSkin Research: Large Scale Wood Membrane Structures. Centre of Advanced Wood Processing Open House 2015. Vancouver, January 29, 2015.

Assemblages Student Design Build Installation. 

Chosen as the show project in Shanghai Design Week by UNESCO Creative City Organization. This installation was the build project from the design build course taught with Blair Satterfield at SALA and then taken through detail design and fabrication by faculty from South East University: Han Xiaofeng, Zhu Lei, Bao Li with funding by Canada Wood and Kunlun green Wooden Building Technology Company Ltd. Course was a collaboration between UBC students and Southeast University Students who were visiting for an intensive studio course. 2015 Shanghai Design Week, Shanghai, China, 25-27 September, 2015. 


Digital Design and Fabrication from the Architect’s Perspective. Digital Design and Construction of Timber Structures Workshop 2014. Vancouver, June 12-13, 2014.

Disruptive Technologies and the Future of the City. Five Crucial Decades of City Building. UBC Urban Design Forum. November 5, 2014.


New Infrastructures for the City.’ SALA Speaks Series on the topic of Technology and Architecture, Museum of Vancouver. Vancouver, Canada, March 4, 2012.


ROBOstudio: Interactive Interdisciplinary Design Studio 

Exhibition of MArch student work at Vancouver International Airport, International Arrivals area during Olympics, Feb 18-Mar, 2010.

Using the Best of Both Worlds: Engineering & Architecture in Infrastructure.’ International Association of Bridge and Structural Engineers (IABSE) BASAAR at the Annual Conference. Venice, Italy, September 22, 2010.


ROBOstudio PS1: Interactive Performative Façade Retrofits for UBC Campus 

Exhibition of MArch student work in Fred Kaiser Atrium, October 27, 2009.