IRN 600 3rd Year studio 2014

What happens when a neighbourhood is re-inventing itself in the face of gentrification? 

Students are asked to investigate the changes occurring in Toronto's west end, near Queen street and Gladstone, asking the questions between a community and its livelihood in the future. With an introduction to the discursive nature of agonism, students create a response with dialogic intent, from the micro-material to social economic forces engendering urban cities today.

This studio course was co-authored by Andrew Furman, Associate professor, Ryerson School of Interior Design. 

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