Deena Jamokha is a fourth year student in Ryerson University's Architectural Science Program. In 2015, she became a member of the Design fabrication Zone (DFZ) and [R]ed[U]x. Under DFZ she designed and fabricated “Shelter of four” for SukkahVille2015, which won 2nd place as well as the People's Choice Award for the event. With [R]ed[U]x labs she was apart of the design team for the model “Flummox”, a window installation for Toronto Design Offsite, which also won the People's Choice Award for that event.
Deena and her design team also created "Endosphere” for this year's annual Come Up To My Room hosted at the Gladstone hotel. Outside of working on design-builds within the two programs, she has also volunteered for other projects, such as helping with the fabrication of “Frozen Seasons” for Winterlude 2016.
Currently, she is developing prototypes of a product known as TETRA, an inexpensive sound and heat insulating wall and ceiling system. The product was in the finals for Mako Invent.