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Morgan Ip




Morgan Alexander Ip is a Canadian architect, and his educational background covers, among other things, mapping and participatory work towards community-centered design. He has experience from several research teams – the PPS-Arctic Impacts of a Changing Treeline, as well as several highly relevant Northern projects with Lateral Office over the last years. He has very strong experience from project work and community engagement in the Canadian Arctic, and has published on these issues.


Ethnography of Northern Landscapes|Future North

Publications (3)

Conference paper

Participatory Mapping in the Co-Design of the Future North

It is important for designers of the built environment – from the varying scales of architecture, urbanism, and landscape – to capture and reflect locally specific human voices in the anticipation and design of future communities in the face of great change. The world is increasingly challenged with the complex dynamics of climate change and globalisation... Read »

Posts written by Morgan (2)


Building and Learning in a Place

The Fogo Island Inn tells several stories at once – amongst them one on the power of internationally acclaimed architecture in a stunningly beautiful and remote location, to one of the power of local ingenuity, craftsmanship and community building.

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