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294_Emily Martin: Créer Cavalier | Habiliter Les Femmes

Submission #294 | Emily Martin: Créer Cavalier | Habiliter Les Femmes — “Créer Cavalier | Habiliter Les Femmes is a project which aims to contest and combat the long-standing gender inequalities of France through empowering the women of Marseille using equestrian activities to build physical and mental strength as well as confidence and self-esteem to proclaim and provoke the evidently patriarchal societal state of the City.”

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229_Trevor Mayes: Rapturous South; Strategic Reconnaissance

Submission #229 | Trevor Mayes: Rapturous South; Strategic Reconnaissance — "Buildings are temporal vehicles. Space becomes separated from space and a new environment is created within, allowing changes in time, temperature and atmosphere to occur separately within and without the line of enclosure."

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183_Simon Mckenzie: McGill Architecture

Submission #183 | Simon Mckenzie: McGill Architecture — "This thesis examines the fundamental features of movement, temporality, and perception. It focuses specifically on the relationship between bodily movements that are enacted consciously versus unconsciously, claiming this dilation to be an integral part to the developmental structuring of consciousness. As suggested by David Morris, we cannot talk about the body’s movement without talking about the environment in which it moves. "

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181_Sarah Ives: McGill Architecture

Submission #181 | Sarah Ives: McGill Architecture — "The debris of Toronto’s past lies hidden within the artificial wilderness of The Leslie Street Spit. Since its inception in 1959, The Spit has served as a convenient dumping ground for demolished buildings, among them some of the city’s most treasured architectural artifacts. Over the years, this landfill has transformed into a natural landscape with luxuriant vegetation, wildlife, and even beaches."

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176_Lorenzo Saroli: An Architecture of Excavation

Submission #176 | Lorenzo Saroli: An Architecture of Excavation — "A common outcry can be heard from Montrealers, pleading for the conservation of their churches. The city’s attachment to the Catholic Church is undeniable, and its evolutionary reliance on it was unmatched. In addition to embodying urban monumentality and punctuating the built environment, the presence of the city’s religious patrimony throughout the urban landscape bore witness to the Church’s importance in all aspects of life – transcending spirituality and religion to deal with social, cultural and political issues."

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175_Leina Godin: Architecture for Silence

Submission #175 | Leina Godin: Architecture for Silence — "This project proposes an architectural alternative on how we process death, overcoming the sense of powerlessness by re-defining the funerary procession in the densely populated city of Tokyo.

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