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    • Body and Mind Shaped by Built Form: Experiences of Borobudur 

      Nicoara, Georgiana (University of Waterloo, 2018-02-21)
      This thesis takes the form of a pilgrimage to the Buddhist temple of Borobudur in Indonesia to explore the relationship between spiritual practices and physical space, in particular analyses the relationships between ...
    • CUBAN DESIGN: Ingenuity and Resiliency to Subsist 

      Reyes Martin, Amanda (University of Waterloo, 2021-09-20)
      Since 1959, the Cuban people have been deprived of consumer products common elsewhere due to the political and economic condition in the island, where an everlasting lack of access to basic resources prevails. Driven by ...
    • Cultural Interface 

      Michailova, Violeta (University of Waterloo, 2022-05-06)
      Architecture can be seen as humankind’s original canvas, a primary means of cultural expression and the total, sovereign art form. Public architecture and urban public spaces, in particular, are meant to be theaters for ...
    • A Guide for Foreign Trained Newcomer Architects: Identifying barriers to re-licensure in Canada 

      Terzian, Hagop (University of Waterloo, 2021-01-19)
      Canada has a reputation of maintaining a positive outlook on immigration and prides itself on the belief that its doors are open to individuals all around the world. Canada’s government welcomes a diverse number of immigrants ...
    • Spaces of Production: From the Industrial to the Virtual City 

      Suen, Victoria (University of Waterloo, 2017-05-18)
      In the industrial city, capitalist ownership over the means of production: land, buildings, tools, technology and knowledge, enabled the centralization, control and exploitation of the working class. Monetary exchange, ...
    • The Squaring of the Circle: The Body According to Vitruvius – not daVinci 

      Pasini, Carlo Luigi (University of Waterloo, 2019-02-07)
      An excerpt from a literary work of Classical literature is rendered in a self-directed manner. The literary passage in question is a description that was given at the turn of the current era by the architect, Vitruvius, ...
    • The Viennese Ethos: Delineating the Role of the Ringstrasse Today 

      Palantzas, Mariah Eleni (University of Waterloo, 2021-09-21)
      A touch off true North from Vienna’s core, a grand boulevard begins to parade counterclockwise from the Donaukanal, around the Historic City Center until it meets the water once more. Over 160 years after its inauguration, ...


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