Read about what your fellow Architecture and Planning alumni are doing in the world.
D’Arcy Jones’ (BEDS’97) company won the 2017 Emerging Architectural Practice Award from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) for its distinguished architecture.
Seven alumni of Dalhousie’s Faculty of Architecture & Planning were bestowed fellowships by the College of Fellows of the RAIC for outstanding achievements.
Infrastructure expert Keith Craig (MURP’01) is completing construction on a brand-new commuter rail station in Boston’s Brighton neighbourhood. He was interviewed for Boston magazine.
Peter Yeadon (MArch’89) was featured in Landscape Architecture magazine for his large land art installation project, Wind Forest in Glasgow, Scotland.
Jennifer Kinnunen (BEDS’15) is part of an international team whose idea for refugee-led “food buses” was one of five finalists in a global design challenge.
Dal alumni, students and professors gave talks at this year’s Dalhousie TEDx event on March 12, 2017. Senator Dr. Wanda Thomas Bernard (MSW’77), Loran Morrison (BSc’11, BSc’14) and Susan Fitzgerald (BEDS (TUNS)’97, MARFP’99) were among them.
John Watson (MArch’90) was a beloved student in the Faculty of Architecture and Planning. When he died tragically in 1998, his family and friends created a scholarship to celebrate his life. Today it continues to make a difference for architecture students and their impact on the industry.
A team of Dalhousie architecture alumni including Lisa Tondino (MArch’94), Alexandra Bolen (MArch’12), Mathew Rodrigues (BEDS’16), and Drew Klassen (MArchFP’92) was one of three winners of this year’s Warming Huts competition in Winnipeg.