Prianka Smita shares the narrative of her first encounters with the family of the Shakhari Bazar, a traditional street of narrow storefronts in an old neighbourhood of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
For the first article in the series Because, why not. Michael Nugent muses about the spatial organization of the pub and how it influences the experience and social interactions of the place. Why shouldn’t we do case studies on pubs?
The spilled ink series encourages everyone to reflect, ponder, and share – to tell stories. For this installment, Mayuri Paranthahan shares a three-part short story exploring youth, beauty, and the art of space in her piece entitled Cloying Roses.
The spilled ink series encourages everyone to reflect, ponder, and share – to tell stories. For this installment, Hagop Terzian, a first year student, shares a piece from his common place book about the beginnings of his time here at Waterloo Architecture.
The NYC trip is seen as something of a rite of passage at Waterloo Architecture. The 1A class shares a collection of student-produced photographs, sketches, and five-sentence passages that offers a vivid and multidimensional look at the New York City experience:
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. This is an open Call for Writing to welcome the craft of creative writing into the BRIDGE community. The pieces are encouraged to explore beyond the academic environment and to dig deeper into the art of writing itself. To reflect, ponder, and share – to tell stories.
Dear 4A class, I believe that every Rome term should be more than excellent: every Rome term should be better than the last. I am being quite literal here. My class had an amazing time in the eternal city, and I am openly inviting you to one up us. Learn from our mistakes, build on what we found, and subsequently beat us at […]
Originally posted on March 26th, 2014 on the TonyTacklesTokyo co-op blog. For more concerning the daily happenings of life at Shigeru Ban Architects, please visit http://www.tonytacklestokyo.com/. TOKYO – I went to bed the night before knowing full well the next day would be different. After a grueling week of trying to meet a model deadline for […]
Please post an image or text of an imagined idea of the future 400 years from now. http://future400.tumblr.com Email your post to: firstname.lastname@example.org The profession of the architect is being redefined within the current paradigm shift. In this century (the twenty-first), there is a rapid acceleration of change occurring due to the dynamism of shared […]
Architectural education in Switzerland: Waterloo Architecture student Sam Oswald documents a visit to the ETH Zurich. The hill is small, by Swiss standards. Still, as the bus reaches the top, the view over Lake Zurich and the surrounding Alpen foothills is impressive. Up here is the largest part of the campus of the ETH Zurich. […]