Elizabeth Nisbet


This new concept for Ryerson’s School of Interior Design addresses environmental concerns by eliminating rigid drywall partitions that contribute to building construction waste. The new design tackles existing thermal comfort and air flow issues within the historic brick and beam building by introducing flexible dividers made of textile offcuts and recycled industrial plastics. These transformable acoustic curtain pods furl and unfurl to divide or expand the third floor space to meet the changing programmatic needs of students and faculty, from classrooms and studio pods to exhibition spaces, while also providing better air flow and circulation throughout the floor.

  1. Interior Design VIII
    IRN 800
    Filiz Klassen
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