7 Melville Street South
Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
Toronto’s free all-night contemporary art event invites adventurous residents and visitors to take to the streets from sunset to sunrise. Experience Toronto transformed by hundreds of Canadian and international artists. One night only, all night long.
Nuit Blanche 2018 will focus on Toronto as a city of change and progress. Join the artists and curators while they unfold, reinterpret, disrupt, question, listen and view Toronto through new eyes and our places within it.
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Höweler + Yoon Architecture, Harvard GSD
Of the thesis entitled: Real Mixed Use: Combining Living and Production on Underused Historic Industrial Sites to Resist Gentrification
The Design Build Research Colloquium is focused on discussion of Anishinaabe material and cultural traditions with a particular focus on the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation (MNCFN). The colloquium is organized by the Waterloo Architecture Design Build program (WADB) as part of the collaborative project between the MNCFN and WADB for the creation of a new pow wow arbor in a sacred grove at the heart of the community. The colloquium is open to all members of the University of Waterloo School of Architecture community as well as a wider public audience.
Of the thesis entitled: The Importance of Place: A Role for the Built Environment in the Etiology and Treatment of Problematic Substance Use
Please join us at 7 Melville St. S. on the following dates for the Fall 2018 Arriscraft Lecture Series.
September 20, 2018 - 7:00pm
University of Waterloo
September 27, 2018 - 6:30pm
Anne Bordeleau, O’Donovan Director of the School of Architecture, invites alumni, students, friends and the community to a reception at the Cambridge campus to celebrate the illustrious teaching career of professor Donald McKay.
After the reception, there is an opportunity to hear professor McKay deliver “The Last Lecture”.
Registration includes light refreshments and one drink; cash bar thereafter.
Of the thesis entitled: Emergent Hybridity, Cyborgs in Architecture
Of the thesis entitled: Faith and Architecture: Designing from the Heart
Waterloo Architecture is a site where the public may visit in this year's Doors Open event.
Of the thesis entitled: Revisiting To-Morrow: A Contemporary Interpretation of Ebenezer Howard’s Celebrated Garden City Model
Of the thesis entitled: Still Wandering: Tales from the Diaspora
Of the thesis entitled: Recalibrating Detroit: A Plan for Incremental Neighbourhood Densification
Of the thesis entitled: Revitalizing Suburbia: Build Integrated Communities
Of the thesis entitled: Revitalization of the Walled City of Delhi, Shahjahanabad: Incremental Urban Development Mediated through an Urban Design Framework
Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion
An examination of the chilling role architecture played in constructing Auschwitz.
The Evidence Room is a powerful installation which reconstructs key objects used in the forensic analysis of the architecture of Auschwitz. Historian Robert Jan van Pelt introduced the objects as evidence in a court case to demonstrate that Auschwitz was purposefully designed as a death camp.