The Huffington Post reports “when speakers take the stage at the TED Conference in Vancouver, they’re standing on an innovative and proudly B.C. piece of craftsmanship.The (community) stage for the sold-out conference, being held in Vancouver until March 21, was built by local architect Michael Green with donated B.C. wood from Interfor.” The stage was reportedly designed and built with a group of architecture students from UBC, BCIT, Kwantlen, and Emily Carr.

I placed a call this afternoon to Karen Brandt at Interfor, Director, Public Affairs & Corporate Communications for permission to post the following images. Photo credits: Basia Opiol and Michael Green.

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