Master of Architecture Open House‏

The Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism is pleased to announce its Master of Architecture Open House on Friday, January 30, at 12pm in the Azrieli Pavilion (4th floor). 
Prospective applicants – or anyone considering future architecture studies – are invited to meet faculty members, to see cutting-edge student work newly installed in the Azrieli Gallery, and to learn more about being part of a thoughtful and talented community dedicated to design excellence and meaningful research.
The Master of Architecture at Carleton University is a professional degree committed to preparing architects for a culturally rich, technologically dynamic, and globalized world.  An 8.0-credit M.Arch is aimed at students holding a four-year undergraduate degree or its equivalent in architecture. A 13.0-credit M.Arch prepares students from diverse backgrounds for careers in architecture.  Unique among Canadian schools of architecture, our advanced studios are enriched by the Azrieli Visiting Critics, who annually bring cutting-edge design and research expertise to bear on the curriculum.  This term, we are delighted to have Maurizio Varratta (Maurizo Varratta Architects, Genoa, Italy) and Bud Brannigan (Bud Brannigan Architects, Brisbane, Australia) teaching at the School.  A semester-long Directed Studio Abroad (DSA) allows you to study with leading international practitioners and scholars.  A new DSA has just begun under Diogo Lopes and Patrícia Barbas (Barbas Lopes Arquitectos, www.barbaslopes.com) in Lisbon, Portugal.
Explore the Azrieli School M.Arch – along with current studios, courses, and events – in the 2014-2015 Graduate Prospectus:
http://issuu.com/azrielischoolofarchitecture/docs/2012-2014graduateprospectus
At the Azrieli School, students and faculty are shaping a provocative and socially-minded space for design and debate.  We hope that you will join this ever-changing experiment – and we look forward to seeing you soon at the Open House.

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Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism
Carleton University Ottawa, Canada
Master of Architecture
 Prospectus: http://issuu.com/azrielischoolofarchitecture
 Admissions: http://graduate.carleton.ca
 Contact: architecturegrad@carleton.ca
The Master of Architecture (M.Arch) at Carleton University is a professional degree committed to preparing architects for a culturally rich,technologically dynamic, and globalized world.  A rigorous studio and research curriculum invites students to advance critical positions on architecture in its aesthetic, tectonic,and social complexities.  The program fosters thoughtful reflection on the contemporary built environment.
The 8.0-credit M.Arch is aimed at students holding a four-year undergraduate degree or its equivalent in architecture.  Studios are accompanied by graduate seminars and courses in advanced environmental systems and digital fabrication.  Aconcluding M.Arch thesis project opens opportunities to make meaningful and original contributions to architectural and humanistic research.
The 13.0-credit M.Arch prepares students from diverse backgrounds for careers in architecture.  Intensive studios provide the fundamentals of designwhile encouraging individual talents
and interests.  An exciting range of courses in history and theory, building technologies, visual representation, and digital design provide a lastingimmersion in the discipline of architecture.
Azrieli Visiting Critics annually bring cutting-edge design and research expertise to advanced studios.  A semester-long Directed Studio Abroad,currently held in Lisbon, gives the chance to study with leading international practitioners and scholars.  At the Azrieli School, students and faculty areshaping a provocative and socially-minded space for design and debate.  We hope that you will join this ever- changing experiment.
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