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 firstname.lastname@example.org
UWSA Grad Louis-Pierre Bélec has placed second in the biennial Labjovem competition in the Azores. His project, Angra360º, repurposes an abandoned silo and granary in the city of Angra do Heroísmo on the island of Terceira. The work will be exhibited in multiple locations throughout the Azores, mainland Portugal and beyond this year.
The RAIC Emerging Practitioners / IRAC Relève professionelle, established this year, is a national organization founded, directed and governed by emerging practitioners in the field of architecture. The team is made up of students, intern architects and recently licensed architects from across Canada, and is looking to grow in order to strengthen the voice of and connect emerging practitioners across Canada. Their mission is to ‘serve, inspire and advocate for the continued professional growth of emerging practitioners on their path to licensure.’
UWSA alumnus Miles Gertler’s upcoming show titled “Superlith” will be opening January 28th 2015 at the Corkin Gallery in Toronto. Through a set of architectural studies in typology and program, Gertler articulates a spatially and temporally indeterminate revisionist history. Combining five related series of works into this exhibition, these images form a fragmentary archive that approximates the subject territory’s political context, customs, and crises. The total work is speculative fiction.
This fall, Paniz Moayeri and Haneen Dalla-Ali created an installation to shed light on the experiences of newcomers to Canada. Bright Whispers is a forest of lanterns, each inscribed with a different story of immigration, written in the native language of the story teller. Samuel Ganton invites us to take a closer look at the installation, and reflects on the significance of these stories for Canada and for this moment in history.
CALL to CELEBRATE: Over 10 Years in Cambridge and 1000 Likes for BRIDGE! How many times have you designed something imaginary in Cambridge? Galt has a lot of forgotten spaces, creating easy go-to sites that have been integrated with courses such as Studio, Landscape, and Environmental Studies since the school’s move to Cambridge in 2004. […]
Once again, The Stops Night Market has been a great success and like years past, Waterloo Architecture students and alumni have stepped up by designing and fabricating food carts and installations to support this great cause.
Alumni Geoff Christou and his team at Our Paper Life have developed “Room in a Box,” a simple, easy to ship and assemble, set of cardboard furniture for the transient Waterloo Architecture student.
Each year the American Society of Architectural Illustrators’ selects architectural representations for publication and exhibition as part of the “Architecture in Perspective” international competition. This year, five Waterloo Architecture students and alumni have been awarded within the student category for their evocative renderings. Congratulations to undergraduate students Ella den Elzen, Mina Vedut, and Ji Shi, graduate student Nashin Mahtani and alumnus Fraser Plaxton.
Join us Saturday March 28th at 2:00pm to celebrate Scapegoat 07: Incarceration Issue Launch at 60 Main Street. Scapegoat is a journal of architecture, landscape, and political economy that examines the relationship between capitalism and the built environment, the coercive and violent organization of space, the exploitation of labour and resources, and the unequal distributions of environmental risks and benefits.