Students from Ryerson’s School of Interior Design get immersed in K-town’s industrial architecture & urban history
Many thanks to University of Waterloo Professor Rick Haldenby for kicking off a tour of the City Centre with an inspiring and insightful address at THEMUSEUM on January 25th, 2016. This is the first in a series of (gorilla) video shorts capturing bite sized pieces of important historical facts drawn from a deep reservoir of professional research, analysis and intimate observation. 52 minute podcast on Soundcloud here
Kernels of truth that may unlock the mystery of the Illustrious, Industrious
City of Kitchener
About Architect Carl Reider
Rick Haldenby (FRAIC) was born in Toronto, the son and grandson of architects. A graduate of Waterloo, he became a professor at the University of Waterloo’s School of Architecture in 1976, founded their award-winning Rome Program in 1979, and served as Director of Waterloo Architecture from 1988 to 2013. A specialist in Roman archaeology, architectural history and in the design of cultural sites, Haldenby is the author of the Master Plan for the Heritage Park at Ta’Cenc, Malta and co-author of the book Il Progetto del Antico. We look forward to his upcoming book about Kitchener’s City Hall!
52 minute podcast on Soundcloud here
CSC & the Case of the Illustrious Industrious City:
go to Act 1 Scene 2 go to Act 1 Scene 3
more about the CSC Student Design Competition here
2 minute trailer captures the vision for Goudies Lane
Students from Ryerson’s School of Interior Design tour the building at 8 Queen Street in downtown Kitchener on January 25th, 2016. The former Goudies Department Store is the site of the 2016 Design Competition sponsored by Construction Specifications Canada, Grand Valley & Toronto Chapters. Winning entries will be on display at an invitation only networking event for the local design and construction industry on May 19th at THEMUSEUM.
Shout out to Frank & Steve Voisin for their generous support, enthusiasm and for sharing their vision of a downtown core we could brag about
More about the Design Competition here
Coming to you live from the Crowne Plaza in Kitchener
Thursday, May 22nd at 7pm
Watch the Award Ceremony here:
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Architectural & Interior Design students have been challenged to design a restaurant using the old Galt Post Office as the subject building.
There are 12 entries in total from design teams from the University of Waterloo, Ryerson, Sheridan and Conestoga College. The top five entries will be displayed and the three winning proposals will be publicly acknowledged at the Crowne Plaza on Thursday evening at 7pm during the Connections Cafe. Cathie Schneider, Chair of the CSC-Grand Valley Chapter will make the announcements.
Competition details available at cscdesignchallenge.ca
Conference Sponsors found here: http://csc-dcc.ca/Conferences/2014+Conference+Sponsors/
Hope you can join us!