20 Feb

Freelab 2003 – 1/3 Scale, St. Benedict’s Chapel

February 20, 2015

Freelab 2003 – 1/3 Scale, St. Benedict’s Chapel Original by: Peter Zumthor Student of the Dalhousie University School of Architecture: [Omar Gandhi, Julian Carnrite, Brian Hanley, Kevin Reid, Amelia Hollinghurst, Jason Minard, Jerome Cormier] Photography by Omar Gandhi Introduction: Peter Zumthor’s St. Benedict Chapel uses innovative wood-frame construction to achieve a simple yet unusual form […]

20 Feb

Boys Scouts of Canada – Treehouse

February 20, 2015

Boys Scouts of Canada – Treehouse A collaboration with fellow classmates Mark Anson and Scott MacNeil – Dalhousie University.

20 Feb

Butterfly Vivarium

February 20, 2015

Butterfly Vivarium B6 – Dalhousie University. Professor Catherine Venart    

20 Feb

Texpark – Artisan Residence

February 20, 2015

Texpark – Artisan Residence M1 Design Studio – Dalhousie University Professor: John Crace The Texpark complex was designed to consolidate the artistic energy of the city, as well as extending the artistic and pedestrian energy on Granville road. By creating a second node of activity on Granville’s south end, the urban design strategy suggested would […]

20 Feb

Dream Pavilion

February 20, 2015

Dream Pavilion Professor: Christine Macy [Omar Gandhi, Chris Lee, Stephanie Lam, Kevin Reid, Jeff Skinner, Kelli Davis-Skinner] “The house shelters daydreaming, the house protects the daydreamer, the house allows one to dream in peace. … The values that belong to daydreaming mark humanity in its depths.” – Gaston Bachelard The daydreaming pavilion is a ephemeral […]

20 Feb

Spine House: Living Smart – Portland Narrow Lot Housing Competition

February 20, 2015

Spine House: Living Smart – Portland Narrow Lot Housing Competition Design Excellence Winners Size: 1400 sq.ft 2004 Design: Omar Gandhi, Julian Carnrite As the name implies, the “Spine House” is based on a continuous path that traverses the entire length of the site. The path connects the site and provides an anchor for program. Within […]