We also have an associated arm for our R&D and commercialization activity to digitally program genetic designproducts or buildings that can automatically adjust to fit the needs of many different clients.
Patrick is a registered architect in both British Columbia and Ontario as well as a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. He graduated from the School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia following a degree in Biomedical Science. He merged these two fields to create a genetic design approach as an evolving architectural strategy and has filed patents resulting from this research. Patrick has been the recipient of several awards, including those from the government, private sector, and academia. Patrick has also previously taught as a Sessional Instructor at the McEwen School of Architecture.
Jeremy is an Intern Architect who graduated from the McEwen School of Architecture in its charter class. His focus is centered around emerging technologies and their potential role in the industry. Jeremy’s thesis challenged the norms of computer aided design to allow for a more fluid design process. He believes technology should not bind us, but allow more freedom and expression.
2019 - 2020 Guest Critic - Waterloo School of Architecture
2018 - 2019 Guest Critic - McEwen School of Architecture
2015 - 2017 Sessional Instructor - McEwen School of Architecture
2017 Independent Study Instructor - McEwen School of Architecture
2016 Freeze-Thaw Winter Stations - McEwen School of Architecture 2016 Reactive Designs - McEwen School of Architecture
2016 Slag Rehabilitation - Sudbury Protocol Conference - Treaty for UN, Dynamic Earth
2016 Formid - Norcat Pitch - United Steel Workers Hall
2015 Architectural Plasticity - McEwen School of Architecture
2011 Teaching Assistant - Advanced Computational Design - UBC SALA
2011 Teaching Assistant - Advanced Structures - UBC SALA 2010 Teaching Assistant - Design Media II - UBC SALA
2020 Sudbury Vision for the Future - Special Publication
2019 Domtar Newsroom - Paper Seat Rethinks 5,000 Years of Chair History
2017 Patent Submission (CA, US, EU) - Ergonomic Chair Made from Paper Substrates with Embedded Sensor 2012 UBC Thesis - Metakinesial Architecture - Slag Structures 2007 LU Thesis - Habitat Variation and Phenotypic Plasticity in Morphology of Pimephales promelas
2019Formid Seat - Pulp Art Spring Gala - The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Charlotte 2019Formid Seat -Studio North - Interior Design Show, Toronto
2018Formid Seat | The first made-to-measure, active seat - Kickstarter 2011Cascading Biospheres - Architectural Institute of British Columbia + Vancouver Archives 2010 Swarmscreen + iLands - Vancouver International Airport + UBC Fred Kaiser Building
awards + grants
2020 Mitacs Accelerate - Machine Learning Posture Identification
2019 U.S. Patent No.: 10,368,650 Granted
2019 Bell Business Excellence Award - Innovation Finalist
2018 Successful Kickstarter Campaign 2018 Norcat Grant - Communications 2017 NOHFC - Applied Research and Technology Development Projects 2016 Judge's Choice Award - Norcat Pitch 2016 FPInnovations Grant - Paper Substrate R&D 2016 Norcat Grant - Provisional Patent 2014 Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) - Marmomacc Latin America 2011 Ductal Concrete Prototype Competitition Winner 2011 Stantec Scholarship in Architecture 2010 Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC) Achievement Award 2010 Arthur Huller & Dorothy Cleveland Memorial Scholarship 2009 EMAAR Canada Graduate Entrance Scholarship in Architecture 2008 Natural Science & Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Grant
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