Join Waterloo Architecture Alumni Aidan Mitchelmore, David Donnelly & Connie Lei As shapers of the built environment. What is the role of the architect and architectural thinking in addressing increasingly urgent and complex challenges? What solutions emerge when viewing these disconnects through an architectural lens?
Architects are often noted for having bad work-life balance, a lot of stress and little free time. How can you take time off while still improving your skills as an architect? Can that time off even give you an extra edge? Compared to other fields, architecture stands out as a field in which you need to “know a little bit about everything." Thus, in order to live up to our name we must also do a little bit of everything, and as they say, a little goes a long way.
Master of Architecture student Amal Dirie will receive a Certificate of High Merit for her essay, focusing on the temporary dwellings built by nomadic people in Somalia. Headshot and essay available in the drop box link below.
The City of Kitchener invites artists/artist teams to submit proposals for a one-stage competition to provide a site-specific work of public art that combines an artistic vision with functionality for an outdoor seating installation at the Doon Pioneer Park Community Centre, Kitchener, Ontario. The competition is open to all emerging and established artists/teams residing in Canada. Each artist(s)/team is limited to one entry.
A team of architects and activists are gearing up to pitch what they envision as a new type of public housing, in the heart of one of Toronto’s poorest neighbourhoods, but first they need the city to agree to expropriate the land.