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.
Terri Meyer Boake shares with us her experiences while writing her new book, Diagrid Structures: Systems, Connections, Details. On Monday March 2nd, 2015 there will be a book launch at the BRIDGE Pop-up storefront for Diagrid Structures.
Lodz and Getto Litzmannstadt: Promised Land and Croaking Hole of Europe is a new book by Robert Jan van Pelt. On 02 March 2015 there will be a book launch at the BRIDGE Pop-up storefront for Lodz and Getto Litzmannstadt.
Jenny Sabin visited Waterloo Architecture last week to lead a workshop entitled Matrix Architecture: Modeling Biological Reciprocity – A Landscape Takes Shape. The workshop was conducted as a two-day seminar and hands-on lab which explored the potentials of integrating biological phenomena into architecture and design practices.
OnTheLine converted the 200 iXpress transit route into a gallery connecting transit riders with the rich collection of local destinations located along the bus route, while simultaneously supporting the shaping of a collective identity for Waterloo Region. Now OnTheLine needs your help to further the collection of eDATA and build the collective identity of the Waterloo Region!
BRIDGE on the Front Page of the Cambridge Times! Building a BRIDGE – architecture students open storefront Author & Photographer: Ray Martin, Cambridge Times Architecture students Zak Fish and Roksana Nikolova hold up a poster advertising the opening exhibition of student and faculty art hosted at BRIDGE’s pop-up Storefront location at 60 Main St. HOT […]
Engi-Tecture: Eccentricity is an art exhibition that exposes the creative pursuits of architects and engineers beyond their respective professions. Roksena Nikolova, the founder and curator of the event, aspires to bring people together to celebrate art from the point of view of architecture and engineering students, faculty members, and professionals. She says, “When we make things, […]
This past weekend, Building Waterloo Region celebrated three consecutive openings: Ex-Industria on Friday night, followed by On the Line and No Small Plans on Saturday afternoon. For those involved in the creation of No Small Plans, myself included, the days leading up to the opening were tumultuous–late nights, working until daybreak, followed by a quick nap on the couch and then right […]
For the 14th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale, Lateral Office curated the Canadian pavilion, Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15. It has been recognized as one of the top pavilions at the event with a Special Mention for “its in-depth study of how modernity adapts to a unique climatic condition and a local minority […]
Modern architecture is the vernacular of Waterloo. […]