Congratulations to Master of Architecture student Victoria McCartney for placing second in Carleton’s 2018 3MT. Victoria presented her research design project, Tinderbox to a panel of judges on March 21, 2018. She took home a $500 prize.
Tinderbox is a portable flat-packed shelter for wildfire evacuees. Tinderbox provides evacuees with a temporary comfortable living environment both during the evacuation and the community rebuild process.
Learn more about her Tinderbox project here.
Read more about this year’s 3MT here.
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