1. life-of-an-architecture-student:

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    Couldn’t have agreed more

     

  2. Exploring laneways and collaborating with some epic individuals✌️

     

  3. A project submitted into the Connect EnAbling Change Design Competition, hosted by the Design Exchange. The goal was to explore design that is accessible to the greatest number of people, to the largest extent possible, regardless of their age or ability, across all design disciplines.  

    Our group of four, consisting of two interior design students, and two industrial design students, we decided to design a multifunctional refuelling station, that can be located anywhere, wheather in the city, mall, or camping grounds. Allowing the users to rest and recharge themselves, through hydration, or their electronic devices. (further description in the posters)

     

  4. Playing around with some business card mock ups

     


  5. Update

    So it’s been awhile since I’ve uploaded any of my work on here. Been busy with my internship at IIDEXCANADA. Will try to upload some stuff within the next few weeks, so keep your eyes peeled!

    -t

     

  6. Field trip day to GEMINI house at the U of T campus! It is a historical house renovated to be an innovative, low emitting energy house.

     

  7. Test print. Line weights are spot on 👌
    Re-adaptive space for 950 Dupont St

     

  8. Portfolio complete and bound! All hand bound!

     

  9. Trial run of the stab stitch for the portfolio. Stabbed my finger in the process, guess they don’t call it the “stab stitch” for nothing

     

  10. A little project I’ve been working on for a friend. Making a racing jacket for a 1:6th scale mannequin, to be part of his thesis model. Sewing was all done by hand.