Nicole Nomsa Moyo

Visiting-Critic-in-Practice

nicolemoyo@cmail.carleton.ca

Nicole Nomsa Moyo is a 2015 graduate of the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism’s Master of Architecture program. She is an intern architect and urban designer with the firm DIALOG in Toronto, ON.

She has a passion for human-centric design, master planning, innovative and disruptive sustainable development, community engagement processes, and intelligent future thinking. Her work “Rising”, was recently selected as one of six international finalists for the 2020 Miami Design District Commission. In 2019, her work was recognized on multiple international design platforms, including the World Architecture Community, Dezeen, and ArchDaily, where two of her drawings were selected as “The Best Architecture Drawings of the Year.”

She presented her award-winning MA thesis, UKUBUTHA (2015), at Africa’s biggest design conference, Design Indaba. Ukubutha is directed towards a formative community-based, waste-to-energy management, designed with socially-driven architectural solutions. The work is currently part of the State of Extremes Exhibition at the Design Museum Holon in Israel.

Education

MArch – Carleton University, 2015

BArch – Carleton University, 2012

Courses

ARCC 5200 – MArch – Professional Practice

Practice

DIALOG

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