Prof. Jill Stoner | Carleton University
Jill Stoner is Professor of Architecture and Director of the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism at Carleton University. For 28 years she has been a Professor of Architecture at University of California Berkeley, she has also been a visiting professor at several renowned institutions, including the International Laboratory for Architecture and Urban Design (ILAUD) in Italy, University of Washington, University of Michigan, Tulane University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, and the University of Pennsylvania.
Her professional practice earned her architectural firm ten national and international design awards, including two first-place honors in urban ‘ideas’ competitions. Placing an emphasis on public clients, low budgets, adaptive reuse, and visionary urbanism, the practice has been a research into how architecture can reframe its mission as a more integrated partner in urban ecology.
Introduced by Dr Cathy Smith, senior architecture lecturer at UON.
The School of Architecture & Built Environment Lecture Series showcases a wide range of projects, global trends and practice styles from local, national and international industry experts within the Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Industrial Design and Construction Management professions.
The fortnightly lecture series provides valuable exposure and insight to the professions as well as networking opportunities for students, industry and the local community.