Fluid Infrastructures \\ c-url Spring Symposium 2017

March 3-4, 2017
Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism

Ottawa is a river city, and Carleton is a campus shaped by the Rideau River and by the Rideau Canal UNESCO World Heritage Site. To mark the founding of the Carleton Urban Research Lab (c.url), the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism will host a two-day water symposium and workshop. The Fluid Infrastructure symposium, which coincides with Carleton University’s 75th anniversary, will bring together designers, historians, researchers, students, and local experts willing to reimagine the relationship of the university and the city to their defining hydraulic systems.

 

Keynote Speakers

 

dilip-da-cunhaDilip Da Cunha
Architect and Planner
Penn Design, Philadelphia
Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation
Shristi School of Art, Design & Technology, Bangalore, India

 

ross
Ross Altheimer, PLA, FAAR

Landscape Architect
Ten x Ten Landscape Architecture and Urbanism, Minnesota

 


Maura Rockcastle
Maura Rockcastle, PLA

Landscape Architect
Ten x Ten Landscape Architecture and Urbanism, Minnesota

 


tracy-metz

Tracy Metz
Writer and Journalist
Director, The John Adams Institute, Amsterdam
2007 Loeb Fellow, Harvard Graduate School of Design

 

 

SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE

Day 1 – Friday, March 3

09:00   Welcome/ Director Jill Stoner  (Session 1)

09:15   Introduction/ Ozayr Saloojee, Catherine Bonier  (Session 2)

09:30   Introductory Keynote/ Ross Altheimer & Maura Rockcastle
TenxTen Landscape Architecture & Urbanism (Minneapolis) (Session 3)

10:30   Student Research Brief Introduction, Carleton University (Session 4)

12:00   Urban Discovery Tour

18:00   Evening Keynote/ Dilip Da Cunha, Penn Design (Philadelphia) (Session 5)

Day 2 – Saturday, March 4

09:30   Welcome/ Ben Gianni

10:00   Student Workshop Session 03/ Drawing Urban Design Research

16:00   Student Workshop Presentations/ Public Discussion and Reception

17:30   Closing Keynote/ Tracy Metz, Director of the John Adams Institute (Amsterdam) (Session 6)