Danielle Rosen writes a review of a local shop you should not overlook, with photography by Wesley Chu.
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 […]
North America has a Substituted History: we live on a continent where one set of histories and heritage was forcibly substituted for another. The main narrative that drives our culture-making is an import from somewhere else.
Since cultural literacy is one of the key values of this school, we should be leaders, not followers, in the diversity and inclusiveness of our curriculum. Here, Paniz Moayeri speaks about the struggle with her identity as a Muslim Persian, and the importance of seeing one’s cultural history reflected in architectural education.
Living Architecture Systems Group will be presenting a Symposium at BRIDGE on Friday, November 4, 2016 which will be accompanied by an exhibition of Student Work. If you have any work that operates within realm of responsive architecture, explorations of digital processes, or multi-disciplinary interactions, please submit them to email@example.com
The Master Works Exhibition provides recent graduates of the UW Masters of Architecture program the opportunity to exhibit their work solo or in a group and takes their thesis beyond a book to explore it as a larger exhibition. The opening reception for the exhibition will be on Monday, Oct 3rd at 6:30pm at the Design at Riverside Gallery.