Assistant Professor Zach Colbert receives $250,000 New Frontiers in Research Grant
Congratulations to Prof. Zach Colbert, who has received a $250,000 grant from the New Frontiers in Research Fund. This highly competative new fund enables leading-edge research not traditionally supported in... More
We are still accepting applications for Studio First 2019 – your bridge to the 3-yr...
Thinking about a career in Architecture? Need help with your admission portfolio? Did you know that in Canada, a Master of Architecture professional degree is available to students with an undergraduate... More
Book release: Ceilings and Dreams, Co-edited by Associate Professor Goffi
Associate Professor Federica Goffi has co-edited a book titled: Ceilings and Dreams. The book has been released by Routledge. Click here for more details or to purchase a copy.
Applications for 2019-2020 Contract Instructor Teaching Opportunities open!
We are accepting applications from members of the CUPE 4600-2 bargaining unit and other interested persons to teach some Architecture courses for the 2019-20 Fall/Winter terms. The list of courses... More
Azrieli Continuing Education (ACE) course in HERITAGE CONSERVATION; May 31 – June 1, 2019
Interested in Heritage Conservation? Register for the Azrieli Continuing Education course in Heritage Conservation. Working on heritage projects involve many facets which can be challenging. Building on Carleton University’s international reputation in... More
Master of Architecture Thesis External Examiners 2019
Cathy Smith is a registered Australian architect, interior designer and Senior Lecturer in Interior Architecture at UNSW (May 2019+) where she is also the inaugural Turnbull Foundation Women in Built Environment scholar... More
Two alumni, Mati & Petepiece, finalist in an Art Installation Contest. Vote today to support...
Top The Tower Art Contest - Vote for Beechwood Bell Designed by Alumni Mati Contal & Simon Petepiece Mati Contal and Simon Petepiece are Ottawa natives and recent graduates from... More
Thesis student Stephanie Agar’s project, Equus, finalist in international YAC competition
Thesis student Stephanie Agar's project, Equus, is a finalist in the international competition held by Young Architects Competitions (YAC). Her project will be transmitted to architectural magazines and websites and... More