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THE CARLETON URBAN RESEARCH LAB AT THE AZRIELI SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE SUPPORTS DESIGN-BASED THINKING AND COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS CENTRED ON THE ENTWINED ISSUES OF WATER, CITIES, AND EQUITY.

Architecture at all scales is based on understanding and imagining environmental conditions and technical interventions in terms that are simultaneously social, political, cultural, and artistic. Challenges around globalization, urbanization, environment, energy, infrastructure, and mass migration increase the need for creative design thinking, which equally values human factors and quantifiable data.

STAFF

Catherine Bonier (Co-Director)
Ozayr Saloojee (Co-Director)
Ian Dayagbil (Research Coordinator)

CONTACT US

AA514B and AA510, 5th Floor
Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism,
Carleton University | Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6 Canada
contact@c-url.ca

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The Carleton Urban Research Lab (c-url) at the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism supports design-based thinking and collaborative projects centered on the entwined issues of watercities, and equity. The Lab was founded by Professors Ozayr Saloojee and Catherine Bonier in January of 2017 to expand research, teaching, and engagement connected to these three themes.