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Brooklyn Bridge - city hall: rethinking the New York subway station
As subway ridership around the world increases the typology has an opportunity to play an increasingly important role in the daily routine of urban dwellers. Underground spaces pose unique psychological and physiological ...
In the in-between: forest kindergarten from an interior design perspective
Contemporary education does not leave students with all of the necessary skills to navigate the increased complexity of the shrinking globe. The loss of practical skills for sensitive engagement with the built and natural ...
Guerrilla interventions: questioning the use of unoccupied space
This interior design practicum explores alternative options for itinerant living in the twenty-first century with concern as to how unoccupied space is used more efficiently through questioning the way an individual ...
Interweaving place: A transitional interior for refugee women and children set in West Broadway, Winnipeg.
As the world shifts and changes, so do its people, and every day, more refugees are forced out-of-place, out of their homelands, and into a foreign and unfamiliar context. Many of these refugees are women, single mothers, ...
Dance, the human spirit and event: translating the choreographic principles of “landscape dancing” to the interior design of a secular event space
In this Master of Interior Design practicum project I apply the choreographic principles of Stephanie Ballard’s “Landscape Dancing” projects to the design of a secular event space within the James Avenue Pumping Station ...