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I develop and create interactive experiences for emerging technologies like AR and VR.
Join me for the world debut of my new platform (in)complete – an enquiry into life and design.
Passionnée de design urbain, je travaille avec Vivre en Ville à l\'essor de collectivités viables
I develop software to understand how knowledge spreads geographically and through time.
Urbanist and architect, advocate for resilient, sustainable, liveable Canadian urbanism
I work in protecting and integrating our heritage into modern, livable communities
Allison is an urban planner, exploring the connections between human, urban and ecological systems.
A Design enthusiast, Alok has conceptualised a ‘design credit system’ to address sustainability
Excellent Design should not be a privilege for a few, everyone deserves good design.
Designer and educator with research interests in place identity, 3D typography, and design pedagogy.
Dealing with low carbon and sustainable landscape design, providing quality and landscape identity
Helping diverse people to create cities that they can -- and want to -- thrive in
Andrew King is one of Canada's design leaders, a Fellow of the RAIC, a design leader in large and small practice and an Adjunct Professor at McGill University. He has been committed to design excellence, education and advocacy of our profession for three decades. He has evolved a practice model that merges speculative small practice, large firm design leadership and academic research. After graduation from Dalhousie (1990) and formative mentorships with Brian MacKay-Lyons in Halifax and Zaha Hadid in London, King practiced at leading studios in Berlin for almost a decade.
Dipl.-Ing. (Architecture) Angelika Weissheim – born in the former USSR and raised in Germany – is a trained architect. Her formation continuously alternated between academic and professional training in an international context. Angelika is experienced in working on a variety of stages in the fields of architectural design, implementation planning, building construction and urban planning by being involved in private and public building projects. Alongside her employment, Angelika participated in interdisciplinary architecture competitions. She is an energetic, people-oriented and dedicated individual engaging with the industry and research of our built environment. Her passion about experiencing people and places through travelling and led her to live, work and study in Germany, U.S.A., France, Australia and Argentina. Angelika is continuously interested to broaden her knowledge and experience within her field of interest of architecture, urbanism, physical & digital and new technologies.
I study and teach design for wellbeing and experience in architecture and interior architecture
I graduated from Kolding School of Arts and Crafts in 1994 as a textile designer specialising in weaving. My career has been a journey with twists and turns, with lots of loops between several interesting touch points such as art, design, research and teaching. The common denominator for all the pathways has always been materials, texture and tangible aspects in combination with aesthetics, curiosity and context. In 2007 I entered academia with an Industrial PhD Scholarship. Today, in 2017, I am the Head of Research & Development at Design School Kolding taking a deep interest in sustainability and research through design. All along the way I have pursued an artistic career, in recent years on a very limited basis due to my academic work. For me as an academic rooted in practice it is crucial to combine doing with theorizing.
What I like most about my job is to spread beauty around the city of Montréal.
Using our design research, we help companies create workplace ecosystems that promote wellbeing.
Prof. Design for Social Innovation-Director Masterlab Design for Place and Community