Poorna chats with Victoria from Brick & Mortar about her favorite place.
Joanne discusses the objects for dining she is currently working on, and shares what she sees as the significance of dining rituals.
Poorna seeks to find a friend’s favorite place.
Welcome to My Crib reveals the worlds behind the doors of Waterloo Architecture faculty. Today we enter the office of Professor Terri Meyer Boake.
Welcome to My Crib reveals the worlds behind the doors of Waterloo Architecture faculty. Today we enter the office of Professor Robert Jan van Pelt.
We live in Cambridge, but much of the time I’m not sure how well we see it. What kinds of poverty persist here? And how do we fit into that picture?
Teaching Architecture is a series of interviews with faculty at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. They are asked why they teach, what drives them, what brought them here, and their opinions on academia in architecture today. The conversations are motivating, inspirational, and reveal great stories about people who shape the way we learn today. This article is a conversation with Terri Meyer Boake, a Professor at UWSA.
“You can do damn near anything; you just have to understand how to make a book out of it.” – Donald McKay
Walking downtown Galt, you may have noticed a sweet, new smell at the corner of Dickson and Ainslie. That aroma belongs to Steven Chaves’ new Portuguese donut shop, Malasada World. The Cambridge-born cook brings twenty-five years of culinary prowess to the kitchen, creating vovó’s classic malasadas, as well as offering modern twists with local, seasonal ingredients. […]
When a new business sets up shop in Downtown Galt, the students of UWSA are always among the first to feel the ripples. If that business includes anything related to “sushi”, it’s a whole other story. Hungry Ninja, a Japanese-inspired takeout spot near the corner of Main and Water St., opened just a couple of weeks ago and became an instant […]