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2021    Her recent interview with Index-Design was published.

Eda Ascioglu Selcuk : « Nous ne devons pas manquer cette occasion de concevoir une démocratie spatiale » - Index-Design.ca

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Interview with INDEX-DESIGN (sinaps.ca)

 

2021       She has been recruited to participate in the workshop series organized by the City of Montreal to rejuvenate the downtown Montreal area after the pandemic. There will be 6 more workshops in the near future.

 

2021       She was invited to have a one-on-one Zoom Meeting with Honorable Ahmed Husen, Minister of Families, Children, and Social Development about her patented housing method. He is the lead Minister for the National Housing Strategy.

 

2021       She applied to the “Housing Supply Challenge Program” announced by CMHC and the Government of Canada. The jury recognized many strengths in the project proposal.

 

 

2020       She obtained a “U.S. Provisional Patent” for FLOWHOME© and FLOWWORK© methods. The patent recognizes her innovative housing and workspace design solutions, created to meet the changing needs of home and office users, taking into consideration affordability and sustainability.

 

2018       Published a book with Prof. Avi Friedman, Professor of Architecture, Director, Affordable Homes Research Group McGill University School of Architecture:

Friedman, A., Ascioglu Selcuk E. (Ed.), “Adaptability and Flexibility in Low Rise Apartment Building Design, A Workshop at the Faculty of Architecture, Ozyegin University, Istanbul”, Ozyegin University Press, [Due 2018 (85 pp.), ISBN: 978-605-5625-13-9]

The book is about flexibility and adaptability in a dwelling; the volume’s case studies explore dynamic solutions to typical housing options.