Tag: Architecture

Schoolwide exhibition showcases students’ innovative architectural solutions

From vibrant 3D multimedia projects to traditional architectural plans, students in McGill’s Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture delivered a range of studio projects for the faculty’s recent schoolwide exhibition. The collection, whose projects seamlessly integrated function and aesthetics, showcased compelling and innovative studio projects completed by U1 students all[Read More…]

Exploring the groundbreaking architecture at the “Design for the Global Majority” exhibition

As the global housing crisis worsens, a revolutionary project spearheaded by the Minimum Cost Housing Group (MCHG) at McGill’s Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture promises to reverse the narrative. “Design for the Global Majority,” an exhibition happening on campus from Oct. 2 to 27, showcases affordable and sustainable housing[Read More…]

The violence of exclusionary design

Hostile architecture, also known as exclusionary or defensive design, is an intrinsic component of Montreal’s urban spaces—you just may not have noticed it. For most people who call this city home, experiencing urban public spaces is risk-free and innocuous, be it riding on the metro, sitting in the park, or[Read More…]

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