Document Type

Student Work

Publication Date

Winter 2022


architectural technology, architectural visualization, realistic images, City of Halton


During the winter of 2022, students from the Sheridan Architectural Technology program partnered with the City of Halton to provide architectural visualization consulting for an infrastructure improvement project. Sheridan students were provided with architectural drawings of 4 road widening locations and tasked with creating realistic images of what the project would look like upon completion. More than 60 students across two classes each created 4 renderings. Out of all the work created, one winner was selected for each of the locations and 30 honorable mentions were also recognized.


Faculty Contributors:

Adrian Bica
Francesca Doctolero
Shannon Pirie

City of Halton Staff:

Joseph Ng
Alexander Andrenkov
Karim El Khatib

Student Contributors:

Winning Students:
Jordan Melo - 1st prize, Dundas Street
Bijan Tjahja - 1st prize, Wheat Boom Drive
Griffin Smith - 1st prize 3444 Trafalgar Road
Bijan Tjahja - 1st prize Burnhamthorpe Road

Honorable Mentions:

1. Amiela Nicole Dacumos
2. Andrea Bednarowski
3. Bijan Tjahja
4. Daniel Di Stefano
5. Diya Panesar
6. Eric Hibbard
7. Griffin Smith
8. Humzah Karim
9. Jackson Lahey
10. Jordan Melo
11. Kenedie Miller
12. Kenthony Taing
13. Kurtis Kelly
14. Lauren Teal Manners
15. Leen Alkhen
16. Maha Qureshi
17. Muhammad Hamza
18. Nadeemkhan Pathan
19. Nathanial Scourse
20. Peter Reppas
21. Rajiv Seetaram
22. Richelle Andrea Araya
23. Sergio Barinas
24. Stephen Caputo
25. Syed Jafri
26. Valentina Munoz
27. Xiaooquan Cai
28. Yasmin Al Dabbagh
29. Zachary Baker
30. Ziyi Jiang


Faculty of Applied Science & Technology (FAST)

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