Levi Bruce is a recent graduate from the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism at Carleton University. Coming from a fine arts background having completed his BFA at Concordia University in 2013 Bruce is engaged with both contemporary art and design within the built environment. Bruce is interested in the moments where architecture and design protrude, question, and engage inside and outside the realm of functional built works. His thesis focused on stone architecture in the context of adaptive re-use within the context of Montreal’s Old port and the island at large. Bruce has worked in many fields of design since 2013 and is currently registered as an Intern Architect at Guys Architects.