Textiles are omnipresent in our daily lives. Alum, Danielle Gignac, explored the ubiquity of textiles through her installation in the POP FOLK T3XT1L3S Exhibition currently on display at the Campbell House Museum in Toronto. The exhibition is free and open to the public until August 9th.
Unexpected creative collaborations often occur beyond the studio walls of the Waterloo School of Architecture. Several fourth year students recently came together to direct, film and perform “Twelve” from Lia Tramontini’s debut album.
“What is the lesson of Rome?” Lorenzo Pignatti asked the Class of 2015. Danielle Rosen begins to unpack the Rome Term by capturing on film and curating her experiences in The Eternal City.
Ella den Elzen reflects on her experience during her exchange at Czech Technical University in Prague, sharing insights into what it means to leave UWSA for a term and studying abroad.
In his Ernest Annau Scholarship Report, Jake Read posits that the integration of digital tools within design practice provides architects with greater agency in our cities by enhancing our ability to build, our ability to see, and to engage.
Prianka Smita continues the story of the Shakhari Bazar in her piece Elasticity of Optimism which contemplates the role of the many crafts people and their value in maintaining the identity of the street.
Humans of Waterloo Architecture is an ongoing series of portraits that paints a picture of the quirky, diverse and aesthetically pleasing world that is Waterloo Architecture.
Hand-drafting isn’t just a lesson on how to hold a pencil – it crucifies us to the studio culture and leaves us with memories we would never make elsewhere.
As we approach the future, we have a strong urge to remember and obsessively conserve every object of the past. This is where Michael Guggenheim, a present day sociologist, brings up one of the relationship between building and time, where ‘buildings represent time’ itself. It is important to understand the role of memory in this […]