Two Daniels Faculty Master of Landscape Architecture graduates will be receiving awards from the American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA) for their graduate thesis projects. Jordan Duke and Shan Yang were among the 22 student award winners, selected out of 271 entries from 71 schools around the world.
How do artists in Toronto visualize their sense of place? Are there particular made-in-Toronto ways of thinking about the city?
Daniels Faculty lecturer Katy Chey was recently awarded the 2016 RAIC Foundation Bursary from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada for a book she is writing titled Multi-Unit Housing in Urban Cities: From 1800 to Present Day.
The forthcoming publication "investigates the development of multi-unit housing typologies that were predominant in particular cities from the 1800s to present day," says Chey. "It emphasizes the importance of understanding the direct connection between housing and the context of its city."