Of the thesis entitled: Creating a Future for an Ancient Sustainable City, Yazd
Of the thesis entitled: ON THE PRECIPICE OF CHANGE
Of the thesis entitled: a House to be Home
Of the thesis entitled: The People’s Cart
“One Country, Two Systems
One Public Space, Two ideologies
One Public Sphere, Two Perspectives"
Of the thesis entitled:
On the Border
Antagonistic Architectures | Evanescent Territories
Of the thesis entitled: Rammed Earth: Adaptations to Urban Toronto
Of the thesis entitled: 50:50 Sovereignty, Price, Density, Efficiency - Housing-led Economic Urban Expansion in Hong Kong
Of the thesis entitled: Curation: Representation in the Reclamation of Sudbury, Ontario Landscapes
Of the thesis entitled: The Average Best Solution : A Generative Design Tool for Multi-Objective Optimization of Free- Form Diagrid Structures
Of the thesis entitled: Johannesburg: the urban mediate
Of the thesis entitled: The Mountain and the Valley
A Planning and Conservation Approach for the Annapolis Valley
Of the thesis entitled: Evocative Infrastructure: An Urban Cave at Yonge-Eglinton Station
Of the thesis entitled: Constructing Our Environments: A Material Comparison
Of the thesis entitled: [un] Shaded Territories: a design for women empowerment in rural Pakistan
BWR is a festival of exhibitions and related events exploring and celebrating the past, present and future of progressive architecture and design excellence in Waterloo Region.
You and your family are invited to join us on this special visit day for students who have received an Offer of Admission to the University of Waterloo.
Between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm, you'll have the opportunity to meet professors, staff, and students who can answer your last-minute questions about the University.
Projects Review is an annual exhibition mounted at Design at Riverside in collaboration with Waterloo Architecture.
The top projects from each of the school’s design studios (undergraduate and graduate) are on display.
The series explores approaches to architectural research, from graduate thesis, to exhibitions, writing and alternative forms of architectural practice.
A symposium discussing creative approaches to curating exhibitions and installations.
Two related panels, [INSIDE] OUTSIDE will be followed by an evening keynote.
This day-long symposium will explore how buildings and public space might develop in future dense areas of the city. It will include a focus on Toronto's rapidly growing downtown core, framed by examples of current and future international projects.
Big moves | Small places
Thursday February 13, 2014
Big moves / Small places focuses on the current state of the planning and urban design for the Eglinton LRT which is being carried out by Metrolinx and the City of Toronto. This work will be examined against the polarities of regional-versus-local and utopia-versus-agency, reflecting on the shortcomings and the opportunities that have yet to be explored in the planning and design process.
The whole enchilada: A systems approach to transforming transportation
Thursday February 6, 2014
Managing Director, SMART, Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
It's not all cafe latte: Walking Toronto's inner suburbs
Thursday January 30, 2014
Journalist; Founding Director of Jane’s Walk, an NGO based in Toronto engaged in walkability initiatives that celebrate the ideas of urbanist Jane Jacobs.
Mobility choice: Who will save us from ourselves?
Thursday January 23, 2014
Leslie Woo leads innovative and award-winning urban planning initiatives transforming urban development in one of the world’s most liveable city regions, the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Canada.