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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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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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Quick Guide to Shanghai Architecture

© Wenji Miao 2013 An overview of Shanghai architectural highlights for the English-speaking visitor, with a focus on on the historic Bund district and an overview of the Lujiazui financial district on the other side of the Huangpu river. The Lujiazui map

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Morgan’s Grant Running Routes

© Brea Mann-Lewis, 2013 Digital, printable maps of running routes in the Morgan’s Grant neighbourhood, Kanata, ON, with a variety of routes and distances of 3km, 5km, 8.5km and 10km. These routes are all accessible by sidewalk and remain within the

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Sault Ste. Marie Transit Maps

© Kasey Camire  2013 Seven new colour-coded bus route maps for the city of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada have been designed for distribution as PDFs, large scale maps and pocket-sized pamphlets. At present only five percent of the city’s

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Guidebook for Rooftop Bird Gardens

© Stephanie Uy  2013 A guidebook that serves to assist city dwellers or building owners to build their own rooftop bird gardens. It provides a list of plants that are suitable to grow in rooftop conditions as well as planting tips. The guidebook

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Bird’s Eye View of Toronto

© Stephanie Uy 2013 A mapping of Toronto from a bird’s perspective, using GIS datasets and data obtained from City of Toronto, to better understand the relationship between birds and the city. These maps formed the basis for the Guidebook for Rooftop Bird

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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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