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Urban planning and design can be a form of social activism when applying an intentional focus on designing for a socially and spatially just city, inclusive, accessible to all, and supportive of its residents' wellbeing.

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Design Lead and Project Manager: Iuliana Morar.

Prime Consultant: GH Collaborative

Renderings: GH Collaborative


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Killarney Elementary Legacy Gardens (2022)

The Legacy Gardens concept was designed around the concept of LandRoom, developed by Northern Land Studio in 2017. Accordingly with this design concept, an outdoor space, a park, a plaza, allows for a responsive, adaptive redesign, reflecting the spatial and aesthetic logic of its occupants, as they come. Same as a "good bones" house accommodates generations upon generations of homeowners, allowing passively for a functional and aesthetic appropriation, a LandRoom breaks away from the "forever", set-in-stone design practice, leaving room for dynamic adaptation.  

Iqaluit Recreation Master Plan

This plan was developed for the City of Iqaluit by a consulting team led by George Harris, Senior Landscape Architect/ Partner, George Harris Collaborative Inc.

Project Role:
Urban Analyst, Research and Planning, Graphic Design and Engagement Specialist

For full team credits, please visit project page.

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The 2020-2030 Iqaluit Recreation Master Plan

The 2020-2030 Recreation Master Plan boldly brings into the municipal recreation conversation important matters:

how to learn from, embrace and support the Inuit way of being, address gender inequalities, understand the spectrum of inclusivity and belonging, suicide and mental health, and the use of local resources, and building and supporting
local capacity to sustain a circular economy.

Many more to come

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