Talc mine in Balmat, NY.


Clint Langevin received his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Toronto after completing an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering at Syracuse University. Clint is working towards professional licensure and has experience in transit, residential, community, commercial, and heritage architecture.

Amy Norris obtained her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Toronto, following up a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics from the University of British Columbia and Bachelor of Math from the Universtiy of Waterloo. She is currently working at ERA Architects in Toronto. 

The Captains' work has been exhibited at the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam, Phase 2 Gallery in London and the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, and appeared in publications such as Volume, Architecture in the Anthropocene, and Bracket [at extremes].

We are interested in creating exciting, sustainable, x-disciplinary work as part of a collaborative process. We are especially interested in working on design projects that capitalize on the latent potential of post-industrial spaces through their adaptive reuse.