In conjunction with Waterloo Architecture’s 50th Anniversary lecture series and exhibition, several student initiatives will be hosting a lunchtime conversation series at the Design at Riverside gallery.
They say that writing is easy – all you have to do is open a vein, and bleed. It is hoped that with every word we spill, we are one step closer to the authentic self. The spilled ink series encourages everyone to reflect, ponder, and share – to tell stories. With these pieces, we […]
Poorna chats with Victoria from Brick & Mortar about her favorite place.
Riling & Nicole showcase 1B student Yahya’s homey and Insta-worthy studio desk.
Joanne discusses the objects for dining she is currently working on, and shares what she sees as the significance of dining rituals.
You may have heard the acknowledgement that the Cambridge School of Architecture building and the main University of Waterloo campus sit within the Haldimand Tract treaty lands and the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishinaabe, and Haudenosaunee peoples. Have you considered more deeply how this might affect and be meaningful to your work in architecture?
Poorna seeks to find a friend’s favorite place.
At the core of one of the largest urban agglomerations on the planet lies the sprawling metropolitan city of Guangzhou, China. Nicole looks back on her recent trip there.
Welcome to My Crib reveals the worlds behind the doors of Waterloo Architecture faculty. Today we enter the office of Professor Terri Meyer Boake.
For its inaugural issue, galt will explore the theme of alternating.