Design charrette - Courtyard legacy project

Monday, June 5, 2017 11:30 am - 4:30 pm EDT (GMT -04:00)

Applied Health Sciences (AHS) will be undertaking a special legacy project to commemorate the Faculty's 50th Anniversary and we need your input! Now that the AHS Expansion Building is complete, we will be giving the outdoor courtyard bordered by the AHS buildings a special anniversary makeover.

On June 5, AHS will host a design charrette to solicit ideas to enhance the landscape. A design charrette is an intensive design session during which members of the AHS community will collaborate on a vision for the courtyard space. This is your space. What form and function matter to you? How would you like to see this space evolve?

AHS students, staff and faculty are invited to attend this special exercise led by Professor Rick Haldenby of Waterloo’s School of Architecture. During this half-day event on campus, participants will be placed in design teams and work with graduate students from Architecture to develop their vision. The event begins at 11:30 with lunch (provided) and ends at 4:30 after group presentations. The final products from the exercise will be used to guide the re-development of the courtyard space.

To participate, please register by Friday, May 26.

If you have questions about the charrette, please contact Troy Glover (Member, AHS 50th Anniversary Advisory Group).