Associate Professor Adrian Blackwell and Professor / Associate Director, Graduate Studies Lola Sheppard have been announced as recipients of the ACSA 2024 Architectural Education Award.
Professor David Fortin's firm, David T Fortin Architecture, was announced as a winner of the Architectural League’s annual Emerging Voices award.
Morden Yolles died peacefully at his home, surrounded by his family, on Monday, January 22, in his 99th year of life. Waterloo Architecture faculty remember his profound impact on the profession and the direction of the school.
Bobbin a project by Waterloo Architecture Design Team, Max Perry, Jason Cai, Kenneth Siu, Simon Peiris, Yoon Hur, Angeline Reyes, Oluwatobiloba Babalola, Yiqing Liu, Kenyo Musa, and Ali Hasan has been selected as one of the winning projects for Winter Stations 2024.
Waterloo Architecture to co-host ROB|ARCH 2024: Beyond Optimization. A widely-acclaimed biennial workshop and conference that investigates the role of robotic technology in design, art, and culture.
On June 12, 2023, Mary Wells, Dean of the University of Waterloo Faculty of Engineering announced the appointment of Maya Przybylski as O'Donovan Director of the School of Architecture.
Nicole Cao's ARCH 392 project Solar Steps has been revealed as a finalist for the 2023 Azure AZ Awards' A+ Student Awards.
Julia Nakanishi (BAS '18, MArch '20) and Ivee Yiyao Wang (BAS '18) have been awarded the 2023 Prix de Rome in Architecture — Emerging Practitioners.
Assistant Professor Linda Zhang's short film 'Chinatown 2050' recently premiered at the 22nd annual DOXA Documentary Film Festival in Vancouver. The film, a collaboration with Maxim Gertler-Jaffe, is "a visual collage of dreamlike LiDAR 3D modeling scans" that asks how might the pandemic shape the future of Toronto’s Chinatown? Five scenarios tackling this question are imagined through this technology by Asian-Canadian youth with the hope to preserve vibrant streetscapes rather than create an empty tourist attraction.
Christine Lolley (BES '01, MArch '05), principal at Solares Architecture, a Toronto firm specializing in laneway houses joined host Steve Paikin; Tim Parks, director of planning services, the City of Kingston; Gregg Lintern, chief planner and executive director, City Planning Division, City of Toronto; and Angèle Dmytruk, architect and partner at 3rd Line Studio on The Agenda, to discuss laneway houses, how are they zoned, and can their availability help alleviate the housing crisis plaguing Ontario cities.