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Three Design Studios of Laval University and McGill University think about Northern Living !

This Fall, around forty master students in architecture from Laval University and McGill are working on the development of living environments and culturally appropriated equipment for Inuit and Innu communities.


Kuujjuaq; Photo taken by Guillaume Larouche, 2015

The exploration areas are Uashat mak Mani-Utenam in the Nitassinan, Kuujjuarapik, Salluit and Kuujjuaq, in Nunavik. Students will travel to meet northern experts and local populations to improve their understanding and to share their reflections.


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For more information on the workshops' content and their calendar:



Salluit - Uashat :

Reflections, Projections and Exploration of the Built Infrastructure’s Potentials of both Innu and Inuit Communities

supervised by André Casault







Outdoor Pavilion for Young Kuujuamiut :

An Architecture and Digital Fabrication Project

supervised by Samuel Bernier-Lavigne

Urban Design and Housing Studio :

Case Study of Kuujjuarapik

supervised by Vikram Bhatt









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