Based on the Inuit concept of Pinasuqatigiitsuta, meaning “working together for the common good”, this website proposes a collaborative tool to support the sustainable and resilient planning of tomorrow’s Northern Villages. Tailored as a cyclic process centered on local assets and perspectives, this innovative tool combines community planning principles, the Inuit way of life and desirable futures.

A guideline for community planning in Nunavik

PINASUQATIGIITSUTA
ᐱᓇᓱᖃᑎᒌᑦᓱᑕ

Urban Design Thesis Project by Myrtille Bayle, Antoine Paquet and Frédérique Trottier

School of Architecture, Université Laval, Quebec

Living in Northern Quebec

PLANNING PRINCIPLES

11 principles to guide decision-making in the Northern Villages of Nunavik

PLANNING GUIDELINE

How to implement a quality-based approach into planning

© 2020  Doing Things Differently (Sentinel North, 2019-2022)

Urban Design Thesis Project by Myrtille Bayle, Antoine Paquet and Frédérique Trottier

Supervised by Genevieve Vachon

École d'architecture de l'Université Laval

Vieux-Séminaire de Québec, 1, côte de la Fabrique, bureau 1238

Québec (Québec) G1R 3V6 CANADA

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