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University of Waterloo spotlights 10 architecture projects

Dezeen School Shows
A project exploring patterns of depopulation in Japan‘s rural villages and 3D-printed stoneware designed to filter light are included in Dezeen’s latest school show by students at the University of Waterloo.
Isabel Ochoa and James Clarke-Hicks.
“They offered a liminal space for the wearers to inhabit, somewhere between subject and object; human and non-human; animal and machine.”.
Mobility, Temporal Habitation, Rituals, and Other “Incidental” Elements Surrounding Fish Harvesting Traditions of Indigenous Communities in Southern Georgian Bay by Dani Kastelein“This original work draws attention to the cultural schisms between Indigenous peoples’ use of land and the hegemonic recreational and commercial practices by non-Indigenous cottage-goers and owners in our society.
We Belong With the Water
Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS).
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Person touching a lit lamp in a dark room
Three photographs of a white shell structure place on a person's head
Black and white illustration drawings of people at a waterside
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Axonometric line drawing of a building on a street corner
Hand drawing of two towns located along a river valley, one in black pen and the other in colour
Three line drawings of a sculptural faceted structure in a wooded area
Architectural render of a multi-storey building on a riverside