Engaging in several creative disciplines, ELSWORTHY WANG produces speculative and real architecture, art, and design. Their focus is on multi-disciplinary research and making, and the merging of techniques, scales, and materials to generate ideas, objects, and/or spaces. ELSWORTHY WANG is based in Toronto, Canada.
Will loves architecture and invention. While working at Teeple Architects for over 8 years, he contributed significantly to award-winning projects such as the Stephen Hawking Centre at Perimeter Institute (Waterloo), 60 Richmond East Housing Co-op (Toronto), the Langara Student Union (Vancouver), and the Scarborough Chinese Baptist Church (Toronto). Will holds a BAS (Hons. Arch) and M.Arch from the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. In addition to working at architectural practices in Vancouver, and London, England, he has worked with Toronto-based architect and artist Philip Beesley. He is currently as senior designer at superkül.
Deborah is a curator, designer, and educator. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture at the University of Waterloo, and a Master of Fine Arts degree at OCAD University. Through her diverse practice, Deborah has curated and co-curated exhibitions for the Textile Museum of Canada, Gladstone Hotel, XPACE Cultural Centre, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Women’s College Hospital, and Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects; taught design studio at Ryerson University; and co-founded FEAST Toronto (a series of community dinners and micro-funding events supporting local art projects). Currently, she splits her time as Artistic Director of the Toronto Design Offsite Festival, a senior designer for superkül, and as a scholar/maker.
Contact us to find out about recent projects and research, and visit Projects for the City for peripatetic projects by Deborah.
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