Nuk & Water Garden Parklet, Summer 2016
Started in January 2016, the students of the fourth year studio at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism open their ARCS 4106 Studio design build projects. The Water Garden, designed and built by Mitchell Gray, Victoria Hamatani, Simon Petepiece and Trevor Whitten, is located on Beechwood Avenue in Vanier; the Nuk parket designed by Ben Cottrill, Alex Marttinen and Jason Surkan, is located on the corner of Second Avenue and Bank Street in the Glebe. We are looking forward to the public enjoying both of these new amenity spaces over the course of the summer and fall months.
School of Architecture End-of-Year BAS Exhibition, April 2016
Students presented their final Bachelor of Architectural Studies design projects at the Carleton University Art Gallery. Our studio, entitled Semper's Cabin sought to position the cabin on new urban frontiers. In a series of remarkable projects students asked questions of defense, transient living, indigenous ownership rights, environmental concerns and colonial monuments.
Third Digital Reef Installation, Architecture Building, April 2016
Students from the ARCN 2105/5000 Digital Modeling and Form-finding course finish their final installation on the bridge of the Architecture Building. Students from the second year BAS: Design, Conservation & Sustainability and Urbanism and M.Arch three year program used Rhino to CNC, laser cut and 3D print reef pieces which were installed in three columns in the corridor space of the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism