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The School of Architecture at Waterloo is a leader in design education and research. It offers a fully cooperative professional program, and has been rated the greenest architecture curriculum in Canada. It is also the only Canadian school of architecture to have a permanent international facility, which has operated for 38 years in Rome, Italy. The school attracts top students from across Canada and around the world.

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  1. Aug. 4, 2017David Correa to hold a workshop on robotic fabrication at UBC

    Robot Made: Large-Scale Robotic Timber Fabrication in Architecture

    Research Associate Oliver David Krieg of the Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD), and Assistant Professor David Correa from the University of Waterloo will hold a workshop on robotic fabrication at the Centre for Advanced Wood Processing of the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, from September 9th to 13th.

  2. July 27, 2017Ammar Ghazal wins third place in design competition

    Congratulations to Ammar Ghazal, a MArch student who was recently awarded 3rd place for Walled Garden in the 2017 Rethinking The Future Awards, in the category of Landscape Design (Concept).

  3. July 20, 2017Osman Bari wins Moriyama RAIC International Prize Scholarship

    Waterloo Architecture wishes to congratulate undergraduate student Osman Bari, as well as graduate Tanya Southcott. They were both awarded a scholarship for writing an illustrated 1,000-word essay on the following topic: Please describe the moment—the circumstances, the nature of the event—when you decided to become an architect, or when you knew that your decision to become an architect was the right one.

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  1. June 25, 2017 to Jan. 28, 2018The Evidence Room

    An examination of the chilling role architecture played in constructing Auschwitz.

    The Evidence Room is a powerful installation which reconstructs key objects used in the forensic analysis of the architecture of Auschwitz. Historian Robert Jan van Pelt introduced the objects as evidence in a court case to demonstrate that Auschwitz was purposefully designed as a death camp.

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