David Correa’s The Wander Wood research pavilion wins the Canada Wood Council Jury’s Award for Wood Innovation. Developed by Waterloo Architecture faculty David Correa, with Oliver Krieg and AnnaLisa Meyboom, the pavilion was built on UBC campus in October 2018.
Waterloo Architecture students Amirhesam Monshi and Salim Filali were awared an honorable mention in the category of Universal Design of the Design that Educates Awards (DtEA). Full contest details are available at https://designeducates.com/
The Wander Wood pavilion, a collaborative project between Waterloo Architecture professor David Correa in collaboration with Oliver David Krieg and AnnaLisa Meyboom, is a third in a series of pavilion projects at the University of British Columbia that tests the limits of robotic wood fabrication technology.