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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 36 years in Rome, Italy. The school attracts top students from across Canada and around the world.

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  1. Oct. 5, 2016Fall Break

    Reminder that campus will be closed on Monday, October 10th for the Thanksgiving Holiday, and that there are no classes on Tuesday, October 11th and Wednesday, October 12th for the Fall Break.

    Follow your Tuesday schedule on Thursday, October 13th and your Wednesday schedule on Friday, October 14th.

  2. Sept. 21, 2016Dereck Revington & Jonathan Tyrrell to lead design team at Nuit Blanche 2016

    Associate Professor Dereck Revington is the artist selected by the Toronto Lighting Collaborative to design the first in a series of proposed annual lightworks for Nuit Blanche. He and his collaborator, Jonathan Tyrrell (teaching this term in Arch 192) will lead the design team. 

  3. Aug. 30, 2016Waterloo Architecture students awarded 2nd place in ACSA/AISC Steel Student Design Competition

    Congratulations to Waterloo Architecture students Scott Proudfoot, Mengdie Zhang, Sarah Donaldson, Gabriela Chorobik, and faculty member Terri Boake, who took 2nd place for their project Diagroup Tower in this year's ACSA/AISC Steel Student Design Competition. 

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  1. Oct. 27, 2016Arriscraft Lecture: Nathan Storring

    Vital Little Plans: Jane Jacobs on Cities, Economics and Ethics

  2. Nov. 1, 2016Faculty Discussion Series III - Contemporary Questions Fall 2016

    Contemporary Questions is a discussion series focusing on important issues that divide us today. Each session will allow 3-4 faculty members to address an urgent topic for architectural research and design in relation to their own work and other contemporary examples. Each discussion will begin with a five minute opening presentation with five slides, followed by a moderated discussion and questions from the audience. The topics are structured dialectically around provocative issues in the hope that this will elicit constructive dialogue.

  3. Nov. 3, 2016Arriscraft Lecture: Helen Kerr

    Understanding Tomorrow's Cities: A Foresight Perspective

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