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  1. Feb. 24, 2021Equity in architectural education and beyond

    Elsa Lam, Canadian Architect editor and Waterloo Architecture graduate, reached out to Jaliya Fonseka, a recent graduate and adjunct faculty member of the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, and Anne Bordeleau, as Chair of the Canadian Council of University Schools of Architecture, to share their perspectives on equity in architectural education and beyond.

  2. Feb. 23, 2021University of Waterloo and University of Toronto student team receives Honourable Mention in the 2021 ULI Hines Student Competition
    The Spine site plan

  3. Feb. 17, 2021David Correa's llLab. project Bamboo Bamboo, Canopy and Pavilions wins Building of the Year
    image of the canopy surrounded by bamboo

    Waterloo Architecture wishes to congratulate David Correa and llLab. for the project Bamboo Bamboo, Canopy and Pavilions, winner of ArchDaily's Building of the Year 2021, in the category Small Scale & Installations.

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  1. Feb. 26, 2021Virtual Symposium: Future of Prefabrication
    promotional poster

    Prefabrication in mass timber buildings is fast becoming a reality and, through digital design and manufacturing processes, it is having a disruptive effect on the building industry. In order to maintain BC’s lead in innovation in wood and to promote value added processes within the province, it is timely for BC to lead a symposium on the state-of-the-art in Wood Prefabricated Buildings. The symposium is meant to bring together architects, engineers and fabricators who are interested in the future of prefabrication in wood.

  2. Feb. 26, 2021CCUSA Pan-Canada Lecture Series: Billie Faircloth
    pan-Canada lecture series poster

  3. Mar. 5, 2021Virtual Symposium: Future of Prefabrication
    promotional poster

    Prefabrication in mass timber buildings is fast becoming a reality and, through digital design and manufacturing processes, it is having a disruptive effect on the building industry. In order to maintain BC’s lead in innovation in wood and to promote value added processes within the province, it is timely for BC to lead a symposium on the state-of-the-art in Wood Prefabricated Buildings. The symposium is meant to bring together architects, engineers and fabricators who are interested in the future of prefabrication in wood.

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