2A student Lily Tran shares her class’ model cities that grapple with the question of ‘how might we live?’
Despite the chilly weather on the evening of November 10, it was a full house at Coffee House! Waterloo Architecture students from 1A through masters showcased their diverse talents. The audience was mesmerized by bands, a magic show, dance, and instrumentals.
Come out to the Inktober Art Battle at the BRIDGE Storefront tonight.
BRIDGE is opening up the storefront for its first event of the term! Join us for an evening of board and video games.
Join this year’s 4B class as they present a retrospective of their term in Rome. WHERE: BRIDGE Center for Architecture + Design WHEN: Wednesday August 2, 2017, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm.
BRIDGE is taking a look back at the last year in A Year of Things, an exhibition that frames three terms of student and academic life through artifacts of historic value. We are now taking submissions from anyone and everyone who has produced posters, graphic design, or physical objects (models or otherwise) that represent, in […]
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
Water_ On Exhibition is a collaboration between SWIGS (Students of the Water Institute Graduate Section) and the BRIDGE Centre of Architecture + Design. It aims to showcase the wide range of student projects in water research, while introducing BRIDGE to a larger university community. All UW students are welcomed to submit entries for inclusion in the show.
In his thesis, Pawel Bednarek uses Toronto as a subject to develop an anarchist spatial practice that challenges architecture’s complicity in the face of society’s authoritarian and hierarchical structures. He will defend his thesis titled ‘Arguments in the Streets Became More Frequent’ on Wednesday September 14th at 11:30am at the BRIDGE Centre for Architecture+Design.
Amanda Ghantous will be defending her thesis titled “Three Minutes to Midnight” on Wednesday September 7th at 12:30pm at the BRIDGE Centre for Architecture+Design. Her thesis is an exploration of the disconnection between the idealistic presentation of the world as depicted by utopian-fueled architecture and the everyday reality of human behaviour.