Thursday, February 25, 2021

Equity in architectural education and beyond

Elsa Lam, Canadian Architect editor and Waterloo Architecture graduate, reached out to Jaliya Fonseka, a recent graduate and adjunct faculty member of the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, and Anne Bordeleau, as Chair of the Canadian Council of University Schools of Architecture, to share their perspectives on equity in architectural education and beyond.

Thursday, February 18, 2021

David Correa's llLab. project Bamboo Bamboo, Canopy and Pavilions wins Building of the Year

image of the canopy surrounded by bamboo

Waterloo Architecture wishes to congratulate David Correa and llLab. for the project Bamboo Bamboo, Canopy and Pavilions, winner of ArchDaily's Building of the Year 2021, in the category Small Scale & Installations.

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Philip Beesley speaks at DigitalFUTURES Interactive Design panel

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Online, February 6, 2021

WA Professor Philip Beesley participated in a panel at a DigitalFUTURES Young talk, moderating and responding to Interactive Architecture research from five design teams. Philip was joined by moderators Virginia Melnyk and Gustavo Rincon, with presentations by Roshni Gera + Misbah Shehreen Baig + Yunzhu Duan + Elisavet Konstantinidou, Mümün Keser, Mona Ghandi, Zoe Diakak + Marina Mersiadou, and Irem Bugdayci.

Thursday, January 28, 2021

Robert Jan van Pelt recognized for research excellence

We would like to extend warmest congratulations to Robert Jan van Pelt, who has received the Engineering Research Excellence Award in the Professor category.

Monday, January 25, 2021

Philip Beesley speaks at Digital Futures Interactive Design panel

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Philip Beesley participated in a panel and Digital Futures talk entitled 'Meander: Precarious Action within Aether.' Philip is joined by Behnaz Farahi, Ruairi Glynn and Neil Leach; are all LASG contributors. 

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

From Behind the Mask: Featured on CTV News

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Congratulations to Brenda Reid whose collaborative art project, From Behind the Mask received recognition on CTV News this week.

From Behind the Mask is a community quilt of COVID-19 stories. Local community members are able to pick up a kit from a number of nearby businesses and use the materials to express their covid-19 experiences through words and fabric. The kit is then mailed back to be included in a large community covid-19 quilt. 

Monday, December 14, 2020

LASG/RAP launch for CITA Complex Modelling

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Living Architecture Systems Group and Riverside Architectural Press proudly announce 'CITA: Complex Modelling', a compilation of five years of computational modeling in architecture.

The book is authored by LASG partner CITA, the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and published by Waterloo Architecture's Riverside Architectural Press.

Thursday, December 10, 2020

Building resilience: The benefits of amphibious foundation retrofits | Elizabeth English

In the face of climate change, historic communities are becoming more vulnerable to increasingly frequent storm and flood events. Adapting to changing water levels requires forward-looking strategies to limit disastrous impacts on the well-being and cultural heritage of these communities.

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