We all work in different ways. Show us how you design.
In their 3B option studio, Natalie & Vincent envisioned the future of a mining settlement in northern Québec.
Joanne discusses the objects for dining she is currently working on, and shares what she sees as the significance of dining rituals.
Material Syntax called for the investigation of common materials in the search of new capacities and application possibilities for assembly and light modulation.
Missed Starscape at Nuit Blanche last fall?
Niki Farfel’s shares the worm coat she designed for her 3B option studio on the grotesque.
Nicole revisits the fall term 1A final studio project—a student residence.
2A student Lily Tran shares her class’ model cities that grapple with the question of ‘how might we live?’
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THESIS WORK features the work emerging from the Thesis Research & Design studios and seminars. Over the course of the TRD1 & TRD2 studios, graduate students develop their individual research topics in preparation for their thesis. The intention is to establish a theoretical, historical, and intellectual framework through a diversity of representational modes such as mapping, diagramming, photo essays, […]