Lucie Palombi, individualized doctoral student under the supervision of Jean-Pierre Chupin, receives a doctoral research scholarship from the Fonds de Recherche Société et Culture du Québec, worth $77,000 over 4 years (from 2020 to 2024) for the research project entitled “La mise en compétition de l’écriture en architecture. Herméneutique du texte gagnant et de l’ouvrage primé”, attached to the Research Chair in Architecture, Competitions and Mediations of Excellence.
Mandana Bafghinia, doctoral student in architecture under the direction of Jean-Pierre Chupin, receives the Cardinal and Hardy scholarship, valued at $8,000, for the research project “Habiter les toits, dialogue in the shadow of high-rise buildings”, attached to the Research Chair in Architecture, Competitions and Mediations of Excellence
On Friday, January 24, 2020, at the Maison de la recherche de l’Université de Toulouse, Adrienne Costa, PhD student in cosupervision between Université de Toulouse (Jean Jaurès) + ENSA Toulouse and École d’architecture de l’Université de Montréal defended a thesis entitled : Voir l’espace en coupe. Exploration du rôle de la coupe dans la conception de l’espace moderne. Under the chairmanship of professeure Françoise Blanc (ENSA Toulouse). Along with codirecteurs (Rémi Papillault et Jean-Pierre Chupin) the jury was composed of : Prof. Virginie Picon-Lefevre (ENSA Paris-Belleville), Prof. Estelle Thibault (ENSA Paris-Belleville), Prof. Juan Torres (Université de Montréal) and Prof. Karim Basbous (ENSA Paris-Val-de-Seine).
March 28, 2019: Lucie Palombi received the scientific prize, the public prize and the prize for the best summary of the Symposium Perspectives 360 organized by the Association of Higher Cycles of the Faculty of Planning for the presentation of her doctoral project in 6 minutes. The funds were donated by the Ivanhoé Cambridge Observatory.
October 25, 2019: On the occasion of the launching ceremony of the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada Festival, Lucie Palombi was awarded a $ 5,000 scholarship for the writing of a 1000-word essay.
His text takes the form of a letter to Le Corbusier. She writes that the descriptions of her travel diary inspired her, as did descriptions of North America in the 19th century, Paris in the 20th century, and the gardens of Versailles from various authors she read over the years. years. These readings led her to ask “Can we carve the world with words and paper? The journeys described in places far removed by reading have allowed him to understand that “stories, real or fantasized, give meaning to the most silent places”. Jury Comment: The text is intelligent and original in form and content, and is beautifully written. It reveals a new analytical mind, able to contribute to the discipline in thought and action.