Fellow

Zubin Singh

Zubin Singh studied architecture at the University of Waterloo where he received his Bachelor of Environmental Science and Master's of Architecture.  He has worked in several architecture firms in Toronto, Ottawa, Los Angeles and San Francisco, built low-cost housing in Costa Rica, worked in a botanical garden in Tofino, British Columbia, and spent a year in Italy, studying in Rome and Pescara.  He has also taught design studio and courses in architectural history and cultural history at McGill University and the University of Waterloo.

Zubin recently finished his Ph.D.candidate in the History and Theory of Architecture Program at McGill University, writing on the Masque projects of John Hejduk.

 

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