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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Hylozioc Ground in Katerva Finals

The School extends enthusiastic congratulations to Philip Beesley and his team of collaborators on the recent announcement that Hylozoic Ground has been named one of five global finalists in the Urban Design category in the 2011 Katerva Awards for excellent ideas and initiatives in sustainability.

A prize winner in each of the ten categories will be announced in October. A grand prize winner will then be selected from among the category winners and announced as the best new sustainability effort of the year.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Terri Meyer Boake published by Birkhauser

Professor Terri Meyer Boake has just published a new text titled "Understanding Steel Design: An Architectural Design Manual" through Birkhauser of Switzerland. The book takes a "no numbers" approach to integrating advanced steel systems into architectural design.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Lola Sheppard published in record

Saturday's Waterloo Region Record contained an article on the award winning work of Professor Lola Sheppard. Called the Arctic Food Network, the project merges traditional practices with new technologies that are attractive to a youthful population.

Read the article:

Architects’ plan could revive Inuit hunting and fishing traditions

Thursday, December 1, 2011

SSEF 2011 Student Design Competition sweep!

First year students enrolled made a clean sweep of the 10th Annual SSEF Student Design Competition with the theme Biomimicry.

Award of Excellence - Justin Lai and Charles Ye

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Students win in First Annual Azure Awards 2011

The First Annual Azure Awards included projects in a student category: A+ Award for Best Student Project. The winner was Alex's Josephson's Master's Thesis titled "Temporary Mosque". The People's Choice Award in the category was given to Kat Kovalcik for her 1B Design Studio project from Winter 2010 titled "Visions of Settlement - A Residence for Haiti".

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