Engineer, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Boston. Lecturer, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, MIT. "Design (R)evolution: New Approaches to Structural Design and Performance." Steel Structures Education Foundation Lecture.
Professor, École d'architecture, Université Laval, Québec. "A Topology of the Everyday." Followed by a book presentation.
Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, McGill University. "Housing for Spatial Justice." (Rescheduled from February 24.)
Principal, Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, Paris. "To Re-enchant the City." Sheila Baillie Lecture.
Playwright. "Private Jokes, Public Places." Film screening, followed by Q&A.
Failing Fast: Angels & Monsters. An exhibition of student work from the Fall 2013 Architectural Modelling course (ARCH 512, Prof. Michael Jemtrud). Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 5:00. Vernissage: Tuesday 14 January at 5:00 p.m.
Professional M.Arch. students Ji Won Jun (M2) and Josiane Crampé (M1) have won the first prize in the 5th edition of the international competition organized by the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) and Hewlett-Packard (HP). In total, 240 submissions from 91 countries were evaluated by the jury members of the competition. The winning submission by the McGill students was a final project developed during the Summer 2013 semester in the professional M.Arch. studio (DST) of Prof.
Six winning entries have been selected in the 15th International Garden Festival competition of Jardins de Métis / Reford Gardens for 2014. The competition attracted 293 proposals for contemporary gardens, submitted from 35 countries. One of the winning entries, Méristème by Montréal collective Châssi, includes Ph.D.
Prof. Aaron Sprecher's co-edited book (with Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa), Architecture in Formation: On the Nature of Information in Digital Architecture, has been published by Routledge, Taylor and Francis. Designed by Atelier Pastille Rose, the bright yellow, 350-page tome features 48 contributions by a wide range of architects and researchers, including Prof. Martin Bressani, David Theodore (Assistant Prof., as of August 2014), and former Sheff Visiting Professor Michael Wen-Sen Su.