Reyhan Yazdani is an interdisciplinary artist/architect curious about the space of art and the art of the space. Reyhan received her professional degree in Architecture in 2015 from the University of Tehran School of Architecture. Her passion for creative-interdisciplinary practices led her to continue her education in the MFA program at Emily Carr University of Art & Design in 2017.
Through her work, she explores in-between spaces; geographically, metaphorically, spatially and phenomenologically. She uses storytelling as a valuable critical approach in the development of her objects and installations.
She has more than three years of professional work and teaching experiences in Architecture and Fine Arts. She believes in an inclusive- fun class environment that enables every student to explore, learn and communicate openly.
Valeria Pesce is an architect from Chile. She has post-graduates studies in Italy, at the Inbar:Istituto Nazionale Bioarchitetturain Bio- Architecture and Green Building Systems.
She moved to Canada looking for fun adventures. Her experience is diverse, goes from designing residential projects located in remote areas, managing the construction phase, to being part of big developments for high rise buildings in North America, as well as participating in International competitions for Sustainable Design, as Holcim Awards Next Generation.
Teaching, always has been an important passion. She is currently working as a part-time Teacher as well as developing miscellaneous architectural projects.