Kyra Clarkson and Christopher Glaisek established MODERNest Inc. in response to downtown Toronto's need for affordable, contemporary houses. We felt that there are limited choices for people wanting a modern aesthetic but without the time, budget or inclination to commission a custom-designed home themselves.
The Society of Waterloo Architecture Graduates (SWAG) invites all students, faculty, staff and friends to a second graduate edition of a Pecha Kucha evening featuring works of Grad Students at the School of Architecture:
As a design leader within B+H, Douglas joined the firm in 1993 and was appointed to Partner in 2006. He combines his adept architectural visualization skills with the hands-on use of advanced architectural and imaging software applications. He has been a lecturer and visiting critic at a number of architecture schools. Douglas’ broad experience covers many project types but focuses on institutional facilities.
For one sleepless night on September 29th, Scotiabank Nuit Blanche transforms the city by artists for Toronto's sunset-to-sunrise celebration of contemporary art. One night only. Scotiabank Nuit Blanche brings together the exceptional talents of more than 500 artists and curators, dozens of galleries, museums, cultural and educational institutions and neighbourhoods, volunteers and corporate sponsors and media partners.
The Grads of 2012 would like to invite everyone to this year's Rome Show
Opening. This year's theme is... you guessed it, Rome! Here are the
There will be Italian treats, drinks, beautiful artwork and amazing
projects on display. The exhibition will also be open on Friday, and
Saturday from 10am-5pm.
"Every summer the second year class at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture create a play based on material covered in their Cultural History course.
This involves writing a script, building sets, making props, designing costumes, writing and recording music, finding a site, and marketing. The production is very community oriented and this year takes place outdoors at Taylor Lake.
Joyce Hwang is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University
at Buffalo, SUNY, and the Director of Ants of the Prairie, an office of
architectural practice and research that focuses on confronting
contemporary ecological conditions through creative means. Currently she is developing a series of projects that incorporate wildlife habitats into
constructed environments. She has been published and exhibited widely in North America.
No.9 Presents 13 panels by architecture students from the University of Waterloo's 3rd year course, Creative Instincts and Architectural Imagination. Each panel depicts a student's vision for the transformation of the Toronto Island Airport into a public leisure and outdoor space.
Opening reception: Tuesday, April 17 at 6:30 pm
Hours: Tues-Thurs 12-8 pm, Fri 12-5 pm, Sat 10 am-5 pm, Sun 1:30 - 4:30 pm.
The first speaker in Waterloo Architecture's Arriscraft Lecture Series 2012 season is Michael Stacey, Chair in Architecture and Director of the Architecture and Tectonics Research Group at the University of Nottingham, Director of Michael Stacey Architects, and Research Professor with the University of Waterloo.
Rolf Seifert was a born Canadian citizen in Heidelberg, Germany in 1962, relocating to Canada with his family at the age of two, growing up in Pickering and in West Hill, at the east end of Toronto.
Michael Green is a founding partner of Vancouver's McFarlane|Green|Biggar Architecture and Design. Prior to MGB he was a senior associate at Architectura and previous, an associate with the office of Cesar Pelli. He is a graduate of Cornell University.
Come join with us in celebrating the launch of two books by UWSA Faculty Members! Lecture to be followed by a reception in the Atrium.
Several of the chairs from Arch 365, under the direction of Professor Elizabeth English, will be part of the annual Come Up To My Room event. Several graduates will also be exhibiting. Please join in and support our student work!
La Maison de l'architecture du Québec est heureuse de présenter Lapointe Magne Et Associés (1992 - 2012) vus par Marie-Paule Macdonald : Dialogues avec la ville en transformation