As we’ve been doing for four years now, we were present at University of Montreal on January 29th for the Epsylon awards, which are given to second-year students of the bachelor’s degree in architecture as part of one of their workshops, where they must present a solar mesh project that is designed to be attached to eventual curtain walls.
As donors, it is our pleasure to take part in the jury each year in order to select the winning projects. This year, in addition to the aesthetics and performance criteria, the students had to deliver a project of a phyto-architectural nature.
Since 2016, Epsylon has entered the major donors circle of the Faculty of urban planning of the University of Montreal with the creation of a perennial fund destined to support teaching activities of architecture students for several years to come.
Congratulations to all the students, who have, once again, impressed us with their remarkable work!