Architecture school is full of intriguing characters – big minds, lots of wit, familiar faces that mask a stranger’s untold story. As a response to this great individuality and as a nod to the famed Humans of New York series, the Humans of Waterloo Architecture project was conceived. This week, Danielle and Melody got to know Rain Mäki.
At Waterloo Architecture, the admissions process calls for a – very memorable, honest, embarrassing, and often nerve-wracking – interview. For a week, the building crowds with hopeful candidates, alongside their supportive friends and families. The current students at Waterloo Architecture recognize that there is no right way to go about the interview, and in turn, have decided to share […]
Welcome to My Crib reveals the worlds behind the doors of Waterloo Architecture instructors. Today, we go down to the workshop to visit Dan and Heinz.
Architects and the colour black go together like brick and mortar. As first year students, we (Danielle, Melody, and Riling) wondered why. Here is our investigation of this phenomenon.
Mary is a first year student at the School of Architecture. She worked all night on her project for the upcoming interim review.
Last week, 28 photographers were featured in the Finding Home photography exhibition.
As the term proceeds, last week brought around the Winter 2018 Coffee House.
BRIDGE will be hosting a photography exhibition at the Storefront on March 21 at 7:30pm.
The Trace student work exhibition uncovered students’ creative instincts and architectural imaginations.
Welcome to My Crib reveals the worlds behind the doors of Waterloo Architecture faculty. Today we enter the office of Donald McKay.