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.
For over 30 years, Barry John’s has shown passion and commitment to using his talent for architecture to affect positive change.
Kelly Hayes McAlonie (BEDS’92, MArchFP’94) has focused her career on the question: How can architecture be a vehicle for education? Throughout her career Kelly has championed women’s issues, working on various special projects to further her goal of equality.
Susan Fitzgerald (MArch’99) is a partner at Fowler Bauld & Mitchell Ltd. and founding director of the design-build research practice Susan Fitzgerald Architecture. Originally from the UK Susan has been widely published internationally and the recipient of many awards. Susan was made a fellow of the RAIC in 2015 and is a Professor of Practice in the School of Architecture.
Talbot Sweetapple (MArchFP’97) is a partner, with Brian MacKay-Lyons, of MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects Limited. The firm is the 2014 recipient of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Firm Award. Talbot’s work has won numerous awards and has appeared in many international publications. He shares his talents with students as a Professor of Practice in the School of Architecture.
Omar Gandhi (MArch’05) is a Canadian architect raised in Brampton, Ontario and currently practices and resides with his son here in Halifax. Gandhi started his own design studio, Omar Gandhi Architect Inc., in 2010 and became a registered architectural practice in 2012. The studio has been the subject of local, national and international publication.