Join Rick Haldenby, Professor at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, for a look at the changing architecture of Galt.
From early houses and buildings up to mid-century modern, Rick will discuss the various architectural styles and influences over the years.
Please call McDougall Cottage to register at 519-624-8250.
Of the thesis entitled: THE OTHER PLACE | Building a Retreat of One’s Own
Colloquium -- Computational Mathematics
Speaker: David Correa, Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, University of Waterloo
Title: "Material Informed Computational Design in Architecture"
Remarks: Refreshments at 3:45pm
Of the thesis entitled: Claiming the Sky: Rethinking High-Rise Development in the City of Toronto
The One Room Schoolhouse and Beyond: The Work of the Knechtel Firm 1890 - 1930
Presentation by Susan Burke
Keynote Speaker 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Stephen Gray, Harvard University
Over the past two decades the city of Toronto has witnessed an unprecedented transformation, outstripping all other major North American cities with the development of urban core residential buildings, shifting the balance from primarily 9-5 weekday employment occupation to a more mixed use and continuously occupied city centre.
Please join Architecture graduate students in ARC 1001 as they share their thesis ideas in a 3 minute presentation.
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.