Peter Yeadon (BEDS’87, MArchFP’89) is committed to maintaining a balance between teaching, research and practice. At the Rhode Island School of Design, he teaches courses that exploit advanced technologies to spur design innovation. He is known for his pursuit of new applications for novel materials, particularly smart materials and nanotechnology.
An early passion for architecture and design has led Judyann Obersi (BEDS‘95, MArch’97) on a amazing entrepreneurial based career path culminating in her newest partnership: Habit Studio. Learn about her journey, the unique aspects of her practice and the exciting projects she is currently engaged with, in the following Q&A.
Originally from Winnipeg, Susan Doreen Turner (BEDS’87, MArchFP’89) is an associate and Historic Preservation Leader at Bailey Edward Design in Chicago. She was elevated to Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in 2016 for her work in Historic Preservation.
David Nicolay (MArch’93) is the founding partner and principal of Evoke International Design Inc. Formed in 2000, Evoke has extensive experience in a variety of design disciplines including building and spatial design, interiors and graphic design.
Mutuus Studio is a rekindling of Kristen Becker’s like-named solo practice, founded in 2008 in Brooklyn, New York. We were excited to learn from Kristen herself, through the following Q&A, about this unique partnership and the journey she has been on to arrive here.
After several years working in community art and theatre, Jeremy Banks decided to turn his attention to a new canvas: urban life.
In fall 2017, the 1967 class of Dalhousie’s School of Architecture will celebrate 50 years of architectural brilliance. Award-winning architect Andy Lynch will lead the celebration.
Stan Kochanoff (MURP ’94) is the founder and principal of Environova Planning group. He has over 40 years of experience as a Landscape Architect, Planner, and Horticulturist in the landscape and environmental planning industry in Nova Scotia.
In January 2014, Uytae Lee (BCD, Honours ’16) and Byung Jun Kang (MPS ’17) created a YouTube channel called PLANifax. Motivated by the discovery that there are more videos on YouTube about astrophysics than municipal planning, the pair of third-year Bachelor of Community Design students decided to take matters into their own hands – and video cameras.