MEET THE CAPTAINS.
Clint Langevin is a senior transit with Architect at Perkins + Will in Toronto. He studied civil engineering at Syracuse University in upstate New York before moving to Toronto to complete his M.Arch. at the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design. Clint has diverse project experience in transportation, residential, heritage, and landscape architecture. Over the past few years he has developed an expertise in creating innovative public space designs - notable projects include TOCore, Mouth of the Creek Park, and The Bentway (a new public space under the Gardiner Expressway at Fort York featuring a skating trail, performance spaces, and a future pedestrian bridge).
Amy Norris is an Architect with Diamond Schmitt Architects in Toronto. She received her M.Arch. degree from the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto after completing graduate and undergraduate degrees in Applied Mathematics. Amy sits on the OAA Intern Committee and the steering committee of the RAIC Emerging Practitioners task force with the goal of connecting and strengthening the voice of students, intern architects and recently licensed architects in Ontario and across Canada. Amy's work has concentrated on the adaptive reuse, renovation and conservation of heritage buildings, including at the Bay Adelaide Centre and at Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church with the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra.
what the captains do.
The Captains of Industry are always 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.
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 currently working on the launch of a public space project in Toronto’s west end beaches.