Architecture Students Build Artificial Northern Lights

by Heidi Ulrichsen
Sudbury Northern Life, Feb 11, 2016

Image: A group of six second- and third-year Laurentian University School of Architecture students have been hard at work, preparing their entry for the Winter Stations Design Competition: a sculpture representing the northern lights. Courtesy of Sudbury Northern Life(Image: A group of six second- and third-year Laurentian University School of Architecture students have been hard at work, preparing their entry for the Winter Stations Design Competition: a sculpture representing the northern lights. Courtesy of Sudbury Northern Life)

For the last few months, a group of six second- and third-year Laurentian University School of Architecture students have been hard at work, preparing their entry for the Winter Stations Design Competition.

The international exhibition, which runs Feb. 15 to March 20, invites participants to transform lifeguard stations along Toronto’s waterfront into art installations. This year’s theme is “freeze-thaw.”

Laurentian Architecture was one of four post-secondary institutions invited to participate in the competition. Read more…

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