January 11-19, 2019
Assistant Professor Zachary Colbert traveled to Longyearbyen on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, the world’s northern-most human settlement, to present a paper on non-visual architecture, which showcased his research alongside Carleton M.Arch 1 student work. The interdisciplinary conference, hosted by the Island Dynamics Group, brought global delegates to 78ºN, only 1,000km away from the North Pole, during the long polar night to share interdisciplinary perspectives engaging the theme of darkness.
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Book release: Ceilings and Dreams, Co-edited by Associate Professor Goffi
Associate Professor Federica Goffi has co-edited a book titled: Ceilings and Dreams. The book has been released by Routledge. Click here for more details or to purchase a copy.