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

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  1. Feb. 21, 2017Waterloo Architecture students place third in Shelter International Design Competition

    Congratulations to Bennett Oh, Jinsu Park and Bryan Seunghun Choi for taking 3rd Place in the Shelter International Architectural Design Competition for Students 2016

  2. Feb. 18, 2017Waterloo Architecture student project selected in 2017 Winter Stations Design Competition

    Congratulations to Waterloo Architecture students Nicola Augustin, NegarBehzad Jazi, Anne Cheung, Bryce Clayton, Catherine Cohen, Mona Dai, Sarah Donaldson, Parshan Fatehi,  Allegra Friesen, Golnaz Jamshidi, Carly Kandrack, Ryan Pagliaro, Elida Pletikapic, Alexandra Sermol, Kirsten Sheppard-Neuhofer, Eric Sviratchev, Joel Tremblay and Danny Wei.  

    Flotsam and Jetsam is one of 8 projects selected to transform Toronto's Beachfront in the 2017 Winter Stations Design Competition.

  3. Feb. 11, 2017Waterloo Architecture graduates win international design competition for the planning of a new National Museum Complex in South Korea

    Congratulations to Waterloo Architecture graduates Uros Novakovic & Sebastian Bartnicki, and Nicolas Koff from Office OU.

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  1. Feb. 10 to  14, 2017Exhibition: Hylozoic Grove

    Hello, Robot. Design Between Human and Machine
    Vitra Design Museum, Weil Am Rhein

    ​The show features more than 150 exhibits including Hylozoic Grove by Waterloo Architecture's Philip Beesley and Living Architecture Systems Group.

  2. Mar. 2, 2017Arriscraft Lecture: Azra Akšamija

    Presented in conversation with the student-led initiative Treaty Lands Global Stories.

    Building on differences
    2017 marks 150 years of colonialism since Canadian Confederation and the rise of authoritarian populism around the world. In this context, the winter lecture series brings together architects and artists, historians and designers, who are constructively struggling to create possible futures of equitable co-existence for people of different cultural beliefs and practices.

  3. Mar. 3, 2017Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition

    Please join Architecture graduate students in ARC 1001 as they share their thesis ideas in a 3 minute pre

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