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OurDublin: Sense it, See it, Make it

We’re now in the final month of the academic year and The Dublin Project is almost complete. Get a sneak peek at the project work that will be revealed during our final show (on Thursday June 6 - click here for more info) and check out the presentation and promo videos that detail the final OurDublin concept! Be sure to check out the linked videos below for promos that introduce each section of the presentation…

 
OurDublin Promo Video
Sense It
See It
 
Make It

Dublin // Toronto Charrette Photo Highlights

Dublin // Toronto Charrette Participant Survey

Did you participate in our recent Dublin // Toronto charrette?
Please CLICK THE MONKEY to visit our survey and tell us what you thought!

IwB 2012-13 Curriculum Book

Ever wonder what goes into each year at the IwB? Download our curriculum book from the current year, the Dublin Project, in 2012-13 to read our mandate, vision and learning outcomes as well as the day-to-day courses that all make up the program & project.

Dublin // Toronto Charrette Results - Team #20 - ViArt

Team 20 took on the challenge of designing new public services that address the theme of arts & social innovation in Camden & Richmond Streets in Dublin. For more information about this charrette including a chart that details all the themes and case study sites, click here to view the handbook.

Have a look below to download or view elements of the final presentation and view video of the students’ presentation to a panel of international faculty and industry partners.

Dublin // Toronto Charrette Results: Team #19 - Tap

Team 19 took on the challenge of designing new public services that address the theme of arts & social innovation in Regent Park in Toronto. For more information about this charrette including a chart that details all the themes and case study sites, click here to view the handbook.

Have a look below to download or view elements of the final presentation and view video of the students’ presentation to a panel of international faculty and industry partners.

Dublin // Toronto Charrette Results: Team #18 - Food Unity

Team 18 took on the challenge of designing new public services that address the theme of food in Camden & Richmond Streets in Dublin. For more information about this charrette including a chart that details all the themes and case study sites, click here to view the handbook.

Have a look below to download or view elements of the final presentation and view video of the students’ presentation to a panel of international faculty and industry partners.

Dublin // Toronto Charrette Results: Team #17 - Hive

Team 17 took on the challenge of designing new public services that address the theme of food in Regent Park in Toronto. For more information about this charrette including a chart that details all the themes and case study sites, click here to view the handbook.

Have a look below to download or view elements of the final presentation and view video of the students’ presentation to a panel of international faculty and industry partners.

Dublin // Toronto Charrette Results: Team #16 - Dublanes

Team 16 took on the challenge of designing new public services that address the theme of Traffic in Wexford & Camden Streets in Dublin. For more information about this charrette including a chart that details all the themes and case study sites, click here to view the handbook.

Have a look below to download or view elements of the final presentation and view video of the students’ presentation to a panel of international faculty and industry partners.

Dublin // Toronto Charrette Results: Team #15 - Connection with the City

Team 15 took on the challenge of designing new public services that address the theme of Traffic in Cabbagetown in Toronto. For more information about this charrette including a chart that details all the themes and case study sites, click here to view the handbook.

Have a look below to download or view elements of the final presentation and view video of the students’ presentation to a panel of international faculty and industry partners.

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The Institute without Boundaries is a Toronto-based studio that works towards collaborative design action and seeks to achieve social, ecological and economic innovation. To learn more click here.

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