Post Tagged with: "architecture"

Stratatone, Courtesy [R]ed[U]x Lab

Ryerson architects take on Nuit Blanche

Ryerson architecture students are bringing their designs into reality for Nuit Blanche Toronto this weekend. The [R]ed[U]x Lab, a group of digital fabricators and designers from the department of architectural science, has created three interactive installations for this year’s all-night exhibition, Stratatone, Nova and SOMNIUM. “The students are able to create cool things beyond the classroom and bring their ideas […]

by Shaian Martin· · Arts & Life
Architecture students create, host design festival exhibit

Architecture students create, host design festival exhibit

The 2016 Collaborative Exercise: Water exhibit studied the human relationship with water and its importance to life on earth.

by Kiera Spronk· · Arts & Life, Visual Arts & Design
Developer proposes monster towers at Yonge and Gerrard streets corner near campus

Developer proposes monster towers at Yonge and Gerrard streets corner near campus

The proposed idea includes removing fast-food joints, clothing stores and Remington’s Men of Steel, an all-male strip club.

by Lana Hall· · News
Lead designer from Perkins + Will, Andrew Fontini, surveys one of the models at Public Space Rules, a show on display in the architecture building.

Architecture school provides early look at Church St. Development

Weeks after the opening of the Student Learning Centre, students can get a sneak peak at the next feat of architecture set to grace Ryerson’s campus. The Church St. Development is slated to begin construction this summer, around two years after initial planning on the project began. The vision for the new building is currently on display as a show […]

by Sean Wetselaar· · News, On Campus
The two-storey curtain wall mock-up served to test the Student Learning Centre's final installation details. (Sissi Wang / Ryersonian Staff)

Use it or lose it

The construction of Ryerson’s Student Learning Centre is nearing its completion. A curious structure tied to its construction, initially scheduled to be demolished with the SLC’s completion, might receive a reprieve from its death sentence. The two-storey SLC curtain wall mock-up, erected next to the Architecture Building on Church Street, has served its purpose in testing and fine-tuning the SLC’s final installation details. Designers and construction workers have […]

Ryerson student-entrepreneur bringing architectural ideas to life

Ryerson student-entrepreneur bringing architectural ideas to life

In honour of Global Entrepreneur week, The Ryersonian spoke with up-and-coming student entrepreneur Kevin Pu about his involvement in two architectural design programs – the Arch-App and the Augmented Reality in Development and Design (ARIDD) software. Despite being only in his first-year of the master of architecture program at Ryerson, 22-year-old Kevin Pu has already established a prominent presence in […]

Mysterious Church Street structure explained

Mysterious Church Street structure explained

Text by Anam Latif Camera and editing by Nicole Servinis and Amir P. Tabrizian-pour The Student Life Centre mock-up on Church Street is going to stay put for at least another year instead of being torn down in November as originally planned. The mock-up, which looks like an art installation, is a smaller version of the curtain wall that will […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus, Visual Arts & Design
Ryerson students Karl Sarkis (sitting left), Elijah Sabadlan (standing left), and Mitchell May (standing, behind with grey sweater) with mentors from E.R.A. Architects earlier this summer.

Architecture students get real-life experience on Canada’s East Coast

First-hand experience is often the best kind. Ryerson student Elijah Sabadlan travelled to Newfoundland this summer to put his architectural science degree to use, but his lessons weren’t all technical. “Before we actually started working on the project, we spent time in the community getting to know the people and the history of the town, so it was more meaningful,” […]

by Nicole Servinis· · News, Off Campus
UPDATE: Sam sign makers offered helping hand

UPDATE: Sam sign makers offered helping hand

Even before the Sam the Record Man sign came down in 2008, the discussion began about putting it back up. After a heated debate at Toronto and East York Community Council last Tuesday, the sign’s future remains unclear. But the Ryersonian has learned that the sign’s original creators, The Brothers Markle Inc., offered to consult Ryerson on the possible remount […]

by Emma Jarratt· · News, On Campus, Videos