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environmental design program News Archive

Knaves turn’d Honest

Bee squad brings ‘A’ game to competition

May 18, 2016 — 
Competition challenged participants to create a bee house for 80-100 solitary nesting bees, a species under threat from habitat loss

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Canyon de Chelly, one of the most significant sites in Navajo Nation, and a hugely significant site in North America // Photo by Ralph Stern

Indigenizing the curriculum

December 14, 2015 — 
Faculty of Architecture moves to embrace the principles of Indigenous design

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Students Yin Zheng, Wei Zou, and Rafael Vieira Leal with instructor Phillipe Perron stand in front of their warming hut entry, "Mirror Cloaking"

Faculty of Architecture

Warming Hut reflects international attention

February 2, 2015 — 
The fifth annual Warming Huts Competition takes shape, includes the Faculty of Architecture's "Mirror Cloaking"



Students’ warming hut reflects well on architecture program

December 4, 2014 — 
The shelter mirrors its surroundings -- and once inside, skaters can see out

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