50 Years of Smale Project - Joshua Macdonald

Image of the Cambridge Pedestrian bridge in the winter
Cambridge Pedestrian Bridge
Max Schramp
Diagram for "More Than Waste" Reclamation Collective de la Mitis project.
"More Than Waste" Reclamation Collective de la Mitis
JoshuaMacDonald, Yasaman Arjomand, Genna Kalvaitis, Daniel Kuzev, Keyan Ye

Since graduating the University of Waterloo in 2019, Joshua took a year to work in Toronto at MJMA, an interdisciplinary architecture and design firm who specialize in public space design. During that time, he worked on a variety of projects, including a community centre in his hometown of North Bay. Recently he has co-founded an architectural visualization firm called nineplusten with two former classmates.

In 2020, he began his Masters of Architecture at McGill university, where he has recently completed a studio term focusing on the risks of coastal erosion in the Saint Lawrence River, designing a community centric reclamation collective. His current thesis work focuses on non-rivalrous design, with a specific focus on the inequalities of the public realm, titled “The “Missing Public” – A Guide to more Inclusive Public Design.

A more comprehensive list of his recent work and interests can be seen here - https://issuu.com/joshuamacdonald/docs/joshua_macdonald_-_selected_works_2019