Halloween is over. Uma Casa de Sangue comes to a conclusion.
Uma Casa de Sangue is an exploration of natural and supernatural architecture, centered around the mystery of a real-world bleeding house.
This is a true story.
To change the way we build, we must first change the way we learn to build. Check out the full text of our research paper on designing an inclusive curriculum, initially presented at the SSAC Layered Histories conference in May 2017.
Treaty Lands, Global Stories will be representing Waterloo Architecture with an installation at the OAA MOVE Party on September 15th, and you’re invited! “What Binds Us” is a reminder that we need to make space for stories that are missing.
Tactics to Tiny Finding Your Way Home Sheng Wu To minimize our personal living space goes against our North American culture and values, one that has been built upon our abundance of space and excess of material goods. In our “bigger is better” culture, homes have continued to grow larger in the past decades despite […]
The Master Works Exhibition provides recent graduates of the UW Masters of Architecture program the opportunity to exhibit their work solo or in a group and takes their thesis beyond a book to explore it as a larger exhibition. The opening reception for the exhibition will be on Monday, Oct 3rd at 6:30pm at the Design at Riverside Gallery.
The RAIC Emerging Practitioners / IRAC Relève professionelle, established this year, is a national organization founded, directed and governed by emerging practitioners in the field of architecture. The team is made up of students, intern architects and recently licensed architects from across Canada, and is looking to grow in order to strengthen the voice of and connect emerging practitioners across Canada. Their mission is to ‘serve, inspire and advocate for the continued professional growth of emerging practitioners on their path to licensure.’
BRIDGE was super excited to screen 9 excellent short films in partnership with Grand River Film Festival. The films were selected by Poorna Patange, a student from Waterloo Architecture. Poorna worked with Tamara Louks from GRFF to organize today’s event, so here’s a shout out to them both!
Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the Grand River Film Festival has partnered with BRIDGE for an exhibition of film related works. Position, an exploration of what it means to be an architect through various media will combine the components of film and design. We will be screening 9 short films from around the world that have been made by an array of architects, students and film makers. The event aims to present architecture through film, attempting to find the role of the architect.