Studio Teaching Fellow
Kareem Mitchell received his Master of Architecture at Carleton University in 2020, here he also completed his Bachelor of Architectural Studies. His interest is in the sustainable growth of cities, the phenomenon of global urbanization, and the intersection of architecture and interactive media have led him to pursue academic projects in Europe, Asia, and Africa. In 2019, Mitchell conducted research on the use of game engines for the narrative dissemination of heritage architecture and landscapes with the Azrieli School’s CIMS Lab and the Virtual Historic Dublin Project in Ireland. His recent work with the Development Workshop in Luanda, Angola explores strategies and prototypes for affordable housing in the city’s rapidly urbanizing periphery. In Ottawa, Mitchell has worked on projects with Public Service and Procurement Canada, the Canada Border Service Agency and Global Affairs Canada.
Master of Architecture – Carleton University
Bachelor of Architectural Studies – Carleton University
ARCS 4105 – Housing, Community, City Building and Placemaking
Studio First – Post-Baccalaureate Program
2020 – Junior Architect, Hobin Architecture, Ottawa, ON