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  1. Apr. 22, 2018Philip Beesley's 'Amatria' unveiled at Indiana University

    Amatria is a living, protected space of vales, canopies and membranes composed of hundreds of thousands of microprocessors, prototype cells and gently swaying Mylar fronds.​ Amatria was recently installed under the sunlit glass atrium on the fourth floor of Luddy Hall, the new home to most of the departments and programs in the Indiana University School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering.

  2. Apr. 19, 2018Adjunct professor Delnaz Yekrangian featured in Globe & Mail

    Delnaz Yekrangian and her firm, Aleph-Bau, were recently featured in the Globe & Mail for their work on a condominium in the Toy Factory Lofts.

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  3. Apr. 5, 2018Luc Bouliane receives RAIC’s 2018 Young Architect Award

    Waterloo Architecture graduate Luc Bouliane will receive the 2018 Young Architect Award of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC).

    The RAIC Young Architect Award recognizes architects 40 years or younger for excellence in design, leadership, and service to the profession. The award is intended to inspire other young architects to become licensed and to strive for excellence in their work. The award will be presented at the RAIC/AANB Festival of Architecture which takes place in Saint John, NB from May 30 to June 2.

    Congratulations, Luc!

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  1. June 25, 2017 to Sep. 3, 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.

  2. Apr. 16 to June 2, 2018Projects Review 2018

    To mark Waterloo Architecture’s 50th Anniversary, our annual Projects Review will be integrated with the Questioning the Canon exhibition at Design at Riverside, with additional simultaneous displays and events throughout the architecture school and off-site at Bridge.

  3. May 24, 2018Waterloo Architecture Alumni Reception at the 2018 OAA Conference

    Anne Bordeleau, the O'Donovan Director of the School of Architecture, invites you and a guest to a special complimentary reception for alumni and friends during the 2018 Ontario Association of Architects Annual Conference taking place in Toronto.

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