Of the thesis entitled: The Atlas of Legal Fictions : Discovering the Implicit and Invisible Boundaries of the Jewish Eruvin
Of the thesis entitled: Monsoon Notebook : Exploring Home
An annual exhibition showcasing outstanding student projects from each undergraduate studio program at Waterloo Architecture in the 2015 - 2016 academic year. Significant projects chosen from Masters Students.
Of the thesis entitled: Ideologies of Medellín’s Miracle: A critique of architecture’s new utopia
Of the thesis entitled: Transit-Oriented-micro-Development: Small Marketplaces for Maryvale, Phoenix, Arizona
The School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo invites alumni and friends to the Representing Ambience Today: Tracing the Materiality of Virtual Objects Symposium.
Of the thesis entitled: Complexity & Community - Designing Social Intricacy in Urban Neighborhoods
Future Applicant Information Sessions
10 am and 1 pm – Cummings Lecture Theatre
For students in grade 10 and 11 who are interested in learning about the Architecture program, admissions process, co-operative education and student life.
Registration is required for this session.
Fall 2016 Applicant Information Session
11:30 am – Cummings Lecture Theatre
Shelf Life: Architecture of place at Grymsdyke Farm
Please join Architecture graduate students at BRIDGE as they share their thesis ideas in a 3 minute presentation.
The first public museum exhibition of architectural drawings from the private collection of the noted educator Alvin Boyarsky. The collection features early drawings by some of the most prominent architects practicing today—Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Daniel Libeskind, Rem Koolhaas, and Bernard Tschumi, among many others. Drawing Ambience offers a rare glimpse into a pivotal moment in architectural history and the imaginative spirit of drawing that was and continues to be instrumental to the development of the field.
Guilt by Appropriation
Of the thesis entitled: Learning from the Commonplace | designing diversity
Of the thesis entitled: Beyond Genius Loci: An Analysis of Architectural Design Strategies of Place
Prosthetic Fantasies in the First Machine Age
Of the thesis entitled: States of Dependency - Infrastructures of the Commons
Pat Hanson is a founding partner of gh3, a practice based on a new paradigm that explores the overlap of architecture, landscape and sustainability. Pat has deliberately staked out a broad practice in the belief that design encompasses the entire spectrum of the built environment. During 30 years of practice, she has contributed design leadership to the firms at which she was a partner.
Of the thesis entitled: Hants County, 45º6’10”N 63º44’2”W
Of the thesis entitled: De-Coding Urbanity
Learning from and for Old Delhi | Preserving Cultural Urban Codes
Of the thesis entitled: Re-imagining the Compound: Regeneration of Block Urbanism in Seoul
Of the thesis entitled: The Generic Spectacle