The Architecture of Bathing: Body, Landscape, Art by Christie Pearson is a celebration of communal bathing - swimming pools, saunas, beaches, ritual baths, sweat lodges, and more - viewed through the lens of architecture and landscape.
Stay tuned for more information regarding a release date and book launch.
Congratulations to MArch candidate Alexander Robinson, whose research proposal entitled Undoing Toronto: Material Metabolisms and Cultural Memoryhas been awarded DIALOG's 2020 Architecture Scholarship in Honour of Michael Evamy.
The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) and the Canadian Council of University Schools of Architecture (CCUSA) present the Virtual Academic Summit on Architecture. This summit presents twelve papers from schools of architecture featuring the latest in research from Canadian academics and practitioners in the fields of architecture and design.
Congratulations to Jasdeep Multani, who won the campus-wide 3MT competition for her presentation Designing Classrooms of the Future: Incorporating Sensory Cognizant Design Strategies. During her work placements, Jasdeep found interest in the design and programming of hospitals, rehabilitation centres and mental health facilities.
The Waterloo Architecture community wishes to congratulate the 52 students who have completed their Master of Architecture degree. While we can't celebrate in person, the Class of Spring 2020 were sent a video of congratulatory messages from faculty, participated in a virtual toast (image below), and on June 20th joined the Class of 2020 Virtual Convocation Celebration.
Warm congratulations to all – we are so pleased to welcome your wonderful group to our growing family of alumni!
Congratulations to Waterloo Architecture undergraduate students Matthew Lam and Benjamin Ma, who received an honourable mention for their joint project Duality at the FORM 2020 Student Innovation Competition by Formica.
Waterloo Architecture would like to congratulate MArch student Edward WooHyun Chung, whose PokoPoko Table was announced as a Winner of the NYCxDESIGN Awards. The PokoPoko Table was chosen as the only winner from Canada in the student category.
Professor Anne Bordeleau has been re-appointed as O’Donovan Director, School of Architecture for a four-year term commencing May 1, 2020.
During her first term as Director, Professor Bordeleau established herself as an inspirational leader for students, faculty and staff in the School. Guided by a strong vision, the School made considerable improvements on many fronts including curriculum, graduate programming and student wellbeing.