Quilt Wall

The Quilt Wall offers a view of the manifold research and material experimentations at the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism.

The artwork was conceived as an inclusive, participatory project. Its panels are individually designed and produced by faculty members, staff, and students in a uniform size, coordinated through the school’s research labs and fabrication facilities.

Sources: Carleton Immersive Media Studios (CIMS), Carleton Sensory Architecture and Liminal Technologies Laboratory (CSALT), Carleton Urban Research Lab, Carleton Research | Practice of Teaching | Collaborative (C R | P T | C), and the Carleton Climate Futures Design Lab (the CLIFF).

So far, more than 35  pieces have been submitted and installed along with white filler panels, based on fragments of the building floor plans. There is room for a total of 96 panels.

Learn more about the origins of the Quilt Wall here: https://architecture.carleton.ca/archives/20180 

Click through the tiles to learn more about their stories and makers.

Time-lapse of the quilt wall installation. Video produced by Jesse Bird and Michelle-Andrea Girouard