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It’s on!

I’m quietly launching two websites today, namely this one and grahamlarkin.info. The site you’re reading features the work of the alums of my Carleton seminar/studio, and at this point it’s really just for their eyes and a few trusted colleagues. So, dear AMD

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Manotick Memory Map

© Andrew Keogh 2013 A sound recording of a ten-minute walk through the town of Manotick, Ontario served as the basis for a transcription of observations, which in turn was used, along with memories of the place, to construct the map that you

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Carleton Remapped

© Kyle Reinders, Aaron Janushewski & Ajantha Kumarasingam 2013 This pocket-sized map improves in many ways on existing Carleton University campus maps. It began with a single goal of improving the overall campus map and grew to include amenities maps, a 3D

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Morphology of Passive Solar Design

© Amir Ali Charmchi 2013 The project started as an attempt to organize data to be applied to a specific design project. While conducting this research, I began to notice patterns developing between certain common features of the structures. I decided

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Kitchener City Guide

© Yvonne Osei 2013 A redesign of the transit maps for the city of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. This web-based project makes the master map and each individual route map free and accessible for the public to view and print at home on

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Beer Styles Chart

© David King & Khoi Nguyen 2013 A poster that thoroughly graphs the variables (density, bitterness, colour, alcohol) related to an extensive range of beer styles (70+). Organized such that the data for all beer styles is legible and easily comparable.

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Punk Rock Timeline

© Colleen McKeracher 2013 Punk Rock is a musical genre that has evolved out of the counterculture of the 60’s and has grown and diversified, strongly influencing the modern musical genres of today. This project visualizes the life of punk rock

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The projects featured here were created by graduate students at the Azrieli School of Architecture, Carleton University, in a class that ran from January to April 2013. For more information consult the menu bar, or simply browse projects by category using the tag cloud.

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