School of Architecture
The School of Architecture at McGill University was founded in 1896. Our mission is to educate professionals who will contribute to the socio-economic and cultural development of Quebec, Canada and the broader global community through responsible participation in the process of the design, construction and interpretation of the built environment. The School offers professional programs, including B.Sc. (Arch.) and M.Arch. (Professional), and post-professional research programs, including M.Arch. (Post-professional) and Ph.D.
Two McGill student projects (Caileigh MacKellar and Newsha Ghaeli + Naomi Hébert and Katryna Rogynska) profiled in Globe and Mail article by Lisa Rochon (1 March 2013).
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ABC : MTL School of Architecture McGill University (CCA Lecture, 17 January 2013)
Aaron Sprecher, Martin Bressani and students from the School of Architecture of McGill University present their research into the sensory experience of the metro stations on Montréal’s orange line, an investigation that acts as a point of departure for a psycho-geographical mapping of the city.
M1 class at Silo 5.
Designing Doctors exhibition at Osler Library
A new exhibition curated by Professor Annmarie Adams highlighting the contributions of physicians to hospital architecture is now on display at the Osler Library. Designing Doctors showcases the Osler Library’s outstanding collection of architectural advice literature on hospital architecture. Full details.