Read about what your fellow Architecture and Planning alumni are doing in the world.
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.
Architecture alumni organized “Space for Social Actualization,” an international ideas competition for students and recent graduates to redesign Hillhurst United Church space in Calgary.
Matthew Griffin-Allwood (MArch’14) has been honored by Canadian Architect magazine for his thesis on Sable Island. Griffin-Allwood’s work proposes National Park infrastructure remodels that support the interaction of humans and the environment.