Congratulations to the BAS and MArch graduates!

Monday, June 21, 2021

The Waterloo Architecture community wishes to congratulate the 2 students who have completed their Bachelor of Architectural Studies degree and the 31 students who have completed their Master of Architecture degree. While we can't celebrate in person, the Class of Spring 2021 were sent a video of congratulatory messages from faculty and staff, participated in a virtual toast, and on June 19th joined the Class of 2021 Virtual Convocation Celebration.

Warm congratulations to all – we are so pleased to welcome your wonderful group to our growing family of alumni!

M ARCH CLASS OF 2021 & THESIS TITLES (names link to abstracts & thesis defence information)

Julian Acosta - Informal Progressions. A comparative analysis of Lima and Medellin informal settlements  Saadman Ahmed - Imitation vs. Adaptation in Canadian Mosques: The Conflicts and Challenges of Purpose-Built and Repurposed Architecture
Vishakh Alex - A Reparations Ecology: Ecosystem Design Narratives for Rewilding and Regenerating Desecrated Lacustrine Landscapes in Tláhuac-Xico, Mexico City Devin Arndt - Barriers to Change: Environmental Blockades as Radical Spatial Practice
Nazanin Behbood - The Future of Warehouses Rola El-Sayes - It’s ON at Ontario Place - or is it? Toronto is a Waterfront City that Doesn’t Know It’s a Waterfront City
Haley Gamble - SOCIOCULTURALLY FOCUSED RECLAMATION: Reimagining the Post-extraction Landscape of Giant Mine Rui Hu - A Living Room for Milton
Alice Huang - Site Finding in Complex Urban Landscape Sarah Hunter - Assessing the Potential of Integrating the Health Impact Assessment in Normative Architectural Practice in Order to Promote Population Health and Health Equity in Design Decision-Making 
Nima Karami - Reclaiming Construction Waste: An Interface for Robotic Stacking of Irregular Components in Compression-Only Structures Brendan Lacy - The Green Scare: Radical environmental activism and the invention of "eco-terrorism" in American superhero comics from 1970 to 1990
Elizabeth Lenny - More than a "Thing-in-Itself":  An Inquiry into Work through the Interrelations of Making, Material, and Design Simon Leroux - A Classification System for Public Space Design in Wide Seasonal Range (WiSR) Cities
Winona Li - Toronto’s Last Mile: Delivery to Communities in Public Urban Spaces Vic Mantha-Blythe - The Witch’s House | Designing the house of the witch as a process of deconstructing an authority and invoking a feminist resistance.
Iynas Mazyad - The Caravan Citizens | Spatial resistance and resilience in the refugee camp of Za’atari  Mia Milanovic - IF STONES COULD SPEAK | КАД БИ КАМЕН ПРОГОВОРИО  
Destruction, Preservation and Memory the case in Kosovo and Metohija 
Jasdeep Multani - Redefining the Classroom: Incorporating Sensory Cognizant Design Strategies David Ogbe - The Temple of Afrobeat(s): Re-Imagination of the New Afrika Shrine
Ilhan Ozdemir - Anatolian Regional Modernism: A Proposal for Regional Residential Prototypes for Black Sea, Cappadocia and Aegea Brenda Reid - Care as Architectural Practice
Nathanael Scheffler - Let’s Make Good Stuff Hollie Sin - Retrofitting Suburbia: A Move Towards Multigenerational Living
Antonia Stanev - Dwellings for the Goryan: Re-crafting Bulgarian Post-Soviet Identity at the Site of the Friendship Monument Dio Su - From Industrial District to Interface City: Re-imagining the Corrugated Metal Sheds of Taiwan
Hagop Terzian - A Guide for Foreign Trained Newcomer Architects | Identifying barriers to re-licensure in Canada Christina Varriano - Co-Existing: Exploring Commercial Laneways in Downtown Toronto as a Network for Public Spaces
Wayne Yan - Many rooms: Mixed Use | Re-imagining Church Redevelopments in Vancouver CJ Yang - Shanghai lilong: an intertwined relationship between the dwellers & the architecture
Winston Yew - Beta-Testing Architecture  
 
 
 
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