Ali Navid, a recent graduate from Carleton University’s Architecture program is winner of The Site Magazine’s Future Legacy competition. His submission, ’The Homogenous Territory” was chosen among an overwhelming number of national and international entries.
In addition, Carleton graduate, Mitchell Gray was a runner up in this competition while PhD candidate, Emelie Desrochers-Turgeon, received Honourable mention.
The competition, launched in celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial anniversary, invited submissions that, through design, would take a position on the future history of Canada’s national project.
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