Urban design might sound like a field that deals with inanimate components of the city: spaces, buildings, roads and other built environments. One of the reasons I've joined the certificate program in SFU is my perception of the urban as an extension of the human, physically and socially. I'm happy to find the SFU Urban Design program delivering an approach that runs along a similar line.
|The plywood board is later taken away and leaves a recess|
where the tile will be installed
|The story behind each tile is personal as well as artistic|
|Some of the more compelling results come from challenges|
like this somewhat messy start
|Grouting will probably bring this tile|
to an even better expression of art.