Monday, July 27, 2020

As director of the School of Architecture at Waterloo Engineering, Anne Bordeleau is turning her mind during the COVID-19 pandemic to some of the big questions it raises for her profession and for society as a whole.

In a question-and-answer feature released today, Bordeleau considers broad implications for future building designs, the choice of building materials and other architecture-related issues.

Anne Bordeleau

Anne Bordeleau is director of the Waterloo School of Architecture.

“Within the School of Architecture, we find ourselves in a moment when inherited practices in architectural education are questioned more urgently than ever, when the discipline of architecture itself is still looking for ways in which it might re-invent itself, to be less elitist perhaps, closer to the people certainly, more accessible to all, hopefully,” she says.

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