About Me

 

My name is Callahan Tufts and I’m an industrial designer. I recently graduated from Emily Carr University in Vancouver, Canada and have  currently working a project which I'm calling The Rescued Homes Project. I believe that design has the ability to make big changes in the way we live. 

    I love Vancouver because of it's connection with the outdoors and the ability to escape a large metropolitan area into nature relatively quickly.

    When I'm not spending weekends working on my tiny house, you’ll probably find me playing hockey, camping, working on my motorcycle or enjoying a beer with friends.

 

Education

Ryerson University - Bachelor of Architecture - Foundation Years

Emily Carr University - Bachelor of Design - May 2017

Design Academy Eindhoven - Man and Mobility - Exchange 2016

Special Projects

2017 Italian Design Day - Guest Speaker

BC Tiny House Collective - Research Partner

BC Hydro Plaza Installation - Industrial Design Partner

BC Tiny House Collective - Research Partner

TEDx Eindhoven 2016 - Host/Moderator

TED Vancouver - Design Build Research - MGA - Outdoor Pavilion

Competitions & Awards

Wood Co-op/Forestry Innovation Investment in Wood Design - Industrial Design Graduation Award 2017

Refugee Challenge Wildcard Winner - Campus Party 2016 - Utrecht, Netherlands

Modular Housing Renovation Challenge Winner - Campus Party 2016 - Utrecht, Netherlands