U of T architecture students explore Partridge Island for inspiration
Fourteen University of Toronto architecture students recently got a crash course in New Brunswick history, donning life-jackets and boarding kayaks in Saint John Harbour. The students are researching Partridge Island, the former quarantine station off west Saint John, as part of a graduate class at the John H. Daniels faculty of architecture. The class is taught by Stephen Kopp and Monica Adair of Saint John architecture firm Acre Architects. They've been travelling from Saint John to Toronto each week to teach the semester-long class on tourism design.
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