Celina is a Master of Architecture student at the University of Toronto. She recieved a BA in
Political Science from the University of British Columbia and has worked in Vancover, Seattle,
and New York. She has volunteered on a project for Architects Without Borders and other
charitable foundations to improve the lives of those less fortunate. At Terreform ONE, she is
investigating the potential of harnessing urban high altitude winds to sustain the cities energy
consumption in the form of 'Kitescrappers' in Brooklyn NY. Her drive is to discover ways in
which form and space can connect and inspire people that go beyond the typical black box.
Nonprofit Organization for Philanthropic Architecture, Urban + Ecological Design.
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