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Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism

The study of architecture involves an exploration of diverse disciplines that influence the built environment. Architectural education is, by necessity, the most comprehensive course of university studies. It not only prepares students for a future in the profession of architecture but provides an extraordinary foundation for a multitude of interdisciplinary and related design fields. More.

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Former Carleton School of Architecture Director’s design gets National recognition with Prix du XXe siècle.

Both Heritage Canada The National Trust, and The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, have recognized two buildings they consider to be nationally significant representatives of the 20th century. Toronto City Hall and Civic Square, and the Strutt House, have been awarded the ‘Prix du XXe... More

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H. Masud Taj, Adjunct Professor lectures on the puzzling joinery of a traditional bookstand.

Masud Taj’s research on the Quran-stand’s joinery, has taken him to Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, and India where he delivered the keynote at the 2nd International Conference of Islamic Art & Architecture. In New York he worked on hidden text concealed in an important 12th century book-stand... More

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Architecture Students win Second Prize in Evolve Sustainable Design Competition

Fourth Year Architecture Students Daniel Chapotchkine and Gandhi Habash, along with two students from the University of Ottawa, have won second prize in the Evolve Sustainable Design Competition.  The second annual Evolve sustainable design competition gave post-secondary students in architecture,... More

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