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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 since 1979 in Rome, Italy. The school attracts top students from across Canada and around the world.

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  1. Oct. 17, 2018Master Works 2018 opening next week at Design at Riverside GalleryMarco Chimienti thesis image

    Master Works 2018: Traces opens on Monday, October 22.

    This year’s Master Works exhibition is a collaboration between six friends – two recent graduates of the Masters program (Ala Abuhasan and Marco Chimienti) and four very close to becoming graduates (Paniz Moayeri, Victoria Ngai, Thomas Yuan, and Victor Zagabe).

    Read the BRIDGE article.

  2. Oct. 1, 2018Fall Break

    Reminder that campus will be closed on Monday, October 8th for the Thanksgiving Holiday, and that there are no classes on Tuesday, October 9th and Wednesday, October 10th for the Fall Break.

    Follow your Tuesday schedule on Thursday, October 11th and your Wednesday schedule on Friday, October 12th.

  3. Sep. 28, 2018Congratulations to the winners of the CISC Architecture Student Design Competition 

    Congratulations to the winners of the 17th annual Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) Architecture Student Design Competition 2017/2018: link

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  1. Sep. 20 to Nov. 12, 2018Arriscraft Lecture Series, Fall 2018

    Please join us at 7 Melville St. S. on the following dates for the Fall 2018 Arriscraft Lecture Series.

    September 20, 2018 - 7:00pm

    Last Lecture
    University of Waterloo

    September 27, 2018 - 6:30pm

  2. Oct. 22, 2018 to Jan. 13, 2019Master Works 2018: TRACESTraces invitation image, from Marco Chimienti's thesis

    As architecture students we are taught to draw, to distill information into lines concisely and abstractly. We diagram the relations between events and spaces over time. We zoom out. We make abstract to understand the scope of questions we seek to tackle. We find relationships. We highlight them. The aim is to zoom back in when we design, to touch the everyday.

  3. Oct. 22, 2018Arriscraft Lecture: Malkit Shoshan


    Foundation for Achieving Seamless Territory (FAST)
    Lecturer, Harvard GSD / Scholar Institute for Public Knowledge, NYU

    Spaces of Solidarity and Design Activism

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