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Michael Jemtrud Made New Chair in Architecture, Energy, and Environment

McGill announces C$6 million chair in architecture to develop turn-key solutions for mass building climate retrofits

 

 

 

 

Peter Guo-hua Fu Receives Honorary Degree

 

Doctor of Science, honoris causa (D.Sc.)
PETER GUO-HUA FU
B. Arch, M. Arch, Ph.D. Arch (Tongji University), Dipl. Arch (McGill University)

Architect and McGill alumnus Peter Guo-hua Fu is a founding partner of KFS Architects Inc., a firm committed to environmentally responsible design and construction. Guided by Fu’s belief that “Design creates value,” KFS projects include the LEED Gold-certified University Hospital of Northern B.C., the area’s largest trauma centre. In 2014, Fu combined two passions—sustainable architecture and musical theatre—by writing a musical, Memory of the Valley, which was performed in a 300-seat Shanghai performance space he designed from recycled shipping containers.

 

 

 

Odile Lamy wins Canadian Architect Student Award of Excellence
 

This is an attempt to really understand a material. It has principles that are reminiscent of Indigenous ways of knowing, in its desire to develop a deep understanding of a material as a foundation for a later architectural exploration in built form. While the architectural application of this research could be more fully developed, the project’s sensitive nature, graphic presentation, and reflection on the traditional technique of stacked timber construction are all commendable. -Jury Comment

David Theodore named new Director

(Photo credit: Jean Laporte)

 

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