Teaching Architecture is a series of interviews with faculty at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. They are asked why they teach, what drives them, what brought them here, and their opinions on academia in architecture today. The conversations are motivating, inspirational, and reveal great stories about people who shape the way we learn today. This article is a conversation with Terri Meyer Boake, a Professor at UWSA.
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
Teaching Architecture is a series of interviews with faculty at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. Graduate student Sneha Sumanth asks professors why they teach, what drives them, what brought them here, and their opinions on academia in architecture today. The conversations are motivating, inspirational, and reveal great stories about people who shape the way we learn today. This article is a conversation with Mona El Khafif, an Associate Professor at UWSA.
UWSA Faculty Shortlists is an online platform for sharing influential readings related to art, architecture, design, and the cultural realm. The outline is simple: 5 books from each faculty member based on a theme of their personal interest, current research, or books they feel are of high importance to an architectural education. This shortlist is courtesy of Terri Meyer Boake.
Students Tin Huang, Chris Hardy and Sneha Sumanth interview Dr. Ila Berman about ‘Material Matters’, an exhibition that took place in Design at Riverside in the fall of 2015, and showcased five design firms that innovate in the combination of material experimentation and digital fabrication.
SWAG is hosting Pecha Kucha on March 27th at 6pm featuring the academic and professional work, personal interests and musings of professors from Waterloo Architecture. Join us for a series of concise and intriguing presentations. Appetizers provided, dinner and beverages available for purchase.
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.
Introducing the first panel for the upcoming Re:POST Symposium, which includes Dan Adams of Landing Studio in Sommerville and Fionn Byrne of Office of Pedonic Operations in Toronto. Everyone is welcome to engage in the conversation on Tuesday, March 17th beginning at 1 pm.
Terri Meyer Boake shares with us her experiences while writing her new book, Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel. On Monday March 2nd, 2015 there will be a book launch at the BRIDGE Pop-up storefront for Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel.
Join us Monday March 2nd at 6:00Pm in celebrate the recent publication of Terri Meyer Boake and Rober Jan van Pelt’s work at a book launch hosted by BRIDGE.