Master’s Students Program: Time Schedules

Power Corporation of Canada Award
Research, 1 June 2009 to 28 August 2009

Many efforts have been made throughout the twentieth century to organise daily life into independent blocks of time for living, working, recreation, and circulation. Candidates for the 2009 CCA Master’s Students Program, on the theme of Time Schedules, were invited to formulate a research proposal about the significance of this conception of time for today’s design practice.

Participants

Martin Hogue
University of Toronto, Canada

Michael Lis
University of British Columbia, Canada

Samantha Lynch
University of Manitoba, Canada

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