Read about what your fellow Architecture and Planning alumni are doing in the world.
To celebrate twenty-five fantastic years of Free Labs we’re inviting all Dalhousie Architecture alumni to consider joining this adventure. The Labs have grown into a vital part of our school and of our students’ learning: we now see them as a way of reconnecting and enriching the whole TUNS/Dalhousie Architecture community.
The Hope Blooms Community Greenhouse in Halifax, NS has been awarded a 2015 Lieutenant Governor’s Award from the Nova Scotia Association of Architects for its outstanding design.
Architecture alumni Jennifer Corson (BEDS (TUNS)’90, MArFP (TUNS)’91) and Keith Robertson (BEDS (TUNS)’91, MArFP (TUNS)’92) prepare hand-made menstrual kits to carry on their latest journey to West Africa.
The 36-year-old alumnus, praised once again for his bold and unique designs, plans to expand his practice from Halifax to Toronto.