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- Mar. 16, 2020
Assistant Professor David Correa's Wander Wood Pavilion is featured in The Architect's Newspaper. The Wander Wood Pavilion was fabricated and assembled over three days to demonstrate the wide range of forms and applications timber can have when applied to robotic fabrication methods.
Read more at: The Architect's Newspaper
Read more at: Canadian Architect (Feb. 2019)
- Mar. 13, 2020
From the office of Feridun Hamdullahpur, president and vice-chancellor of the University of Waterloo:
- Feb. 28, 2020
The home of the future might constantly adapt to its residents
Imagine if your home reacted to your arrival — not with a robotic Alexa or Google greeting, but by physically adapting to your presence to make you feel welcome. Hallways might self-generate as you need them, and rooms would reshape to suit your needs.
- Apr. 1, 2020
Of the thesis entitled: The Path Less Taken | The Intersection of Narratives and the Icelandic Landscape
- Apr. 3, 2020
Of the thesis entitled: Nomadic Passage: Water Conservation and Land Preservation
- Apr. 3, 2020
Of the thesis entitled: An Architectural Implementation of Topology Optimization Guided Discrete Structures with Customized Geometric Constraints