Fashion District/ Toronto: A Video Montage
A district study in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on February 15, 2020 featuring Graffiti Alley and urban motifs.
Urban composition and analysis is based on bricolage of naturalistic observation, field study, and photo-realistic collage and video montage. View the video at
Integrated Design Lab 4
Luke Blair is a student at Lawrence Technological University, pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Architecture and is an active member of both AIAS and NOMAS student organizations. He is interested in the relationship between the technical, measured form and unmeasurable, phenomenological space of architecture.
I am a third-year student at LTU perusing a Bachelors then a Master’s Degree in Architecture. I am an active AIAS member and I am the Treasurer on the Executive Board. Outside of doing school work I love to travel, cook, and hang out with my friends.
Nicholas Peruski is a Metro Detroit transplant, graduate-level student at Lawrence Technological University pursuing his Master of Architecture degree. On campus he is passionate about working with students at the printLab, as a teaching assistant and as a leader in the college’s AIAS and NOMAS chapters; off campus he works as an architectural and graphic designer. He enjoys unconventional architectural drawing styles, intense studio culture, 3D printing, pop colors, quirky graphics and big thinks.