Architecture and/for the Environment
7 November 2017
Isabelle Doucet is one of eight researchers selected for the "Architecture and/for the Environment" Mellon Multidisciplinary Research Project, which started in the Fall of 2017, and is directed by the Canadian Centre for Architecture (Montreal).
This is the third Mellon Multidisciplinary Resarch Project and begins in autumn 2017. The project has eight selected researchers: Daniel Barber (University of Pennsylvania), Aleksandr Bierig (Harvard University), Nerea Calvillo (University of Warwick), Jiat-Hwee Chang (National University of Singapore), Isabelle Doucet (University of Manchester), Hannah Le Roux (University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg), Kiel Moe (Harvard University), and Paulo Tavares (Universidade de Brasília). Each researcher will be supported by a research and production grant which includes a twenty to thirty-day residency at The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) and will participate in three workshops and seminars, write a collaborative paper and contribute individual essays on their research.
Further details about this project can be found at the CCA website.