Carleton Studio at DIALOG
Carleton Studio is a collaboration between the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism and DIALOG. The six-week studio immerses students in real-world city building challenges and is guided by a multi-disciplinary team of industry experts.
This year’s Carleton Studio in Toronto led 15 students through master plan explorations of Toronto’s proposed Rail Deck Park. DIALOG instructors and mentors immersed the students in this city-building initiative, sharing their industry knowledge and real-world experience for tackling large-scale urban projects. The studio received critical input from the City of Toronto Planning Department; tackled urban challenges with major Developer stakeholders; and collaborated with many city-builders who participated in the studio curriculum.
With access to DIALOG’s multi-disciplinary teams – architects, urban planners, interior designers, structural, mechanical and electrical engineers, and landscape architects, who design for urban vibrancy, transportation, education, healthcare and mixed-use development – the studio provided the students with a broad perspective with which to ask the fundamental question: how can Rail Deck Park shape the future of the City of Toronto.
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