Izzy Mink and Sébastien Lewis: “A Study of Kensington Market”

In the class Architecture 101: How to Design Almost Anything, taught by Daniels Faculty instructor Jay Pooley, undergraduate students were asked to document the experience of a specific built environment over the course of a 24 hour day. They were tasked with capturing the building at different scales including haptic (human touch, building detail), building (relationship to light, pathways) and city (urban fabric, wide angle shots).

In this video, students Izzy Mink and Sébastien Lewis explored the Toronto neighbourhood of Kensington Market.

In their words, “Our intention with this film is to evoke in the viewer a feeling comparable to the extremely subjective and personal experience one has with a space and environment. Through visual and auditory stimulation, we hope to put the viewer in a state of mind similar to that of a person exploring the Toronto neighborhood of Kensington Market.”

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