Mary is a first year student at the School of Architecture. She worked all night on her project for the upcoming interim review.
Missed the co-op fair? Here’s the guide to over 30 architecture and design firms in 25 different cities!
With the first-year class on a field trip in Montréal this weekend, Rain Mäki revisits her 4-month experience in the dynamic, creative city.
BRIDGE is proud to play host to a report prepared by two graduate students, Mona Dai and Allegra Friesen, on the subject of critical feedback at our school.
Studio Soundtrack features songs selected by a student at Waterloo Architecture. I’m Brandon Mooi, you may have seen me at a few parties around here, and when a weekend jam isn’t enough, I extend that same vibe and energy into the rest of the week in my music, so this playlist is aptly named “When […]
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?
Studio Soundtrack features songs selected by a student at Waterloo Architecture. I’m Sean Maciel, with the latest installment of this long-running series where hip people share hip songs and I share five songs that will ruin you. ~ Deadlines bring to light the worst of my musical preferences, which is probably true of everyone. If […]
Studio Soundtrack features songs selected by a student at Waterloo Architecture. I’m Niki Farfel and music is my expression. So here is my soundtrack – don’t just hear it, feel it, get immersed in it. Peace and love. ~ You’re stressed, you’re tired and you have nothing done – yet all you have is your headphones right […]
City Familiaris A Study in Domesticating Infrastructures Sarah Gertler Problems associated with hyper density in Canada are fairly new, but they often create innate conflicts for all those who dwell in the afflicted areas. CityPlace, in Toronto is one such place. The project is the largest master-planned community within Toronto and is also densest neighbourhood in the city. The model […]
Reconstruction Site Re-designing the disposable Expo Scott Proudfoot Building, supported by the practice of architecture, is churning resources into waste at an alarming rate. Our method of construction has its inevitable conclusion in a pile of rubble. Lamentably, the natural resources we build with are finite, and our exploitation of these has nearly reached its peak. As […]