Studio

DSA

DSA Zambia / 2001

DSA Studios

International travel is a mainstay of the Architecture program at Carleton. DSA – Directed Studies Abroad, in the 5-year B.Arch program was a Fourth Year full-semester excursion with faculty from Carleton who delivered a full spectrum of core courses including Studio, Culture Workshops, and History/Theory Lecture courses.

 

In the development of the BAS – M.Arch programmes, DSA remained an optional course of study but with many varied formats ranging from 2-week excursions to half-semester and full-semester stays.

 

Work from the many decades of DSA is currently under-represented but will be augmented with the growth of the school’s database.

DSA

  • 2001

Zambia

Yvan Cazabon

Participants: l. to r. Ryan McLennan, Matt Galvin, Chris Davis, Andrea Macecek, Yvan Cazabon, Steve Kenyon, Sara Colven, Mariam Shaker, Yannick-Muriel Noah, Ausie Guide, Sarah Lee, Dan Smith, Jin Feng

DSA

  • 2011

Trinidad & Tobago

Y-p. Cazabon

Students from the BAS – Conservation & Sustainability program travelled to Trinidad & Tobago in the Winters of 2011 and 2012. They were hosted by members of Citizens for Conservation, an active lobby group focused on the preservation of Trinbagonian culture, architecture and heritage.

The 2011 group researched and documented the traditional domestic architectures of two historical houses – See: A Tale of Two Houses: Vol 1 while the 2012 group focused on a central civic building see: A Tale from the Old Library Vol 2. 

DSA

  • 2012

Trinidad & Tobago

Y-p. Cazabon