Read about what your fellow Architecture and Planning alumni are doing in the world.
The 36-year-old alumnus, praised once again for his bold and unique designs, plans to expand his practice from Halifax to Toronto.
The Dal alumnus from the Faculty of Architecture and Planning was elected as the Liberal MP for Halifax with 51.6% of the vote.
Several Dal alumni have been selected as 2015 Top 50 Atlantic Canadian leaders under 40 for 2015. Congratulations!
A group of engineering and architecture alumni spanning several decades is working together to creatively solve challenges that arise in bringing the Nova Centre project to life in downtown Halifax.
Archibald and Fraser Architects Ltd., a firm led by alumni Dale Archibald (BArch (NSTC)’74) and Robert Fraser (BArch (NSTC)’79) has been awarded the bid for the design of the Pictou public library.
A team Dalhousie Architecture alumni with a design for an installation called The Public Speaker has been named the winner of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s Urban Marker competition for 2015.
Wood Design & Building magazine has announced the Dalhousie project, titled Refuge on the Bay of Fundy, is a recipient of the 2014 Wood Design Awards – North America Honor Award.