Clint Langevin

Clint Langevin

Toronto, ON, CA



After completing a professional degrees in Architecture at the University of Toronto in 2011, I co-founded with Amy Norris, the research and design studio Captains of Industry, to investigate the problems and potentials of our industrial heritage. Our work has been exhibited internationally at the 2012 International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam and Arup’s Phase 2 Gallery in London, and featured in publications such as onsite review 29: geology, Volume #31: Guilty Landscapes, and Architecture in the Anthropocene. Most recently, our 2013 installation Postnatural Disaster explored the relationship between human activity and natural ecosystems and our own complicity in the occurrence of natural disasters, as part of the Harbourfront Centre's exhibition Rapid Response - Architecture Prepares for Disaster.

I am also working towards professional licensure, having spent the past three years working as an intern architect in Toronto at medium sized architecture firms. Projects I have helped design include heritage conversions, transit hubs, institutional buildings, and high-rise residential projects. 



Public Work, Toronto, Architect

Nov 2015 - current

ERA Architects, Toronto, ON, CA, Intern Architect

Mar 2014 - Nov 2015

Architects Alliance, Toronto, ON, CA, Intern Architect

Feb 2012 - Mar 2014

Aedas, Hong Kong, HK, Intern Architect

Nov 2011 - Feb 2012


University of Toronto, Toronto, MArch, Architecture

Sep 2007 - Jun 2011

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, Bachelors, Civil Engineering

Sep 2003 - May 2007


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