UBC SALA Comprehensive Studio 2015 Exhibition

Image: Top: AIBC Councilor Gord Richards and Intern Architect Liaison Sara Kasaei in attendance. L to R: Reception guests and students view UBC SALA student exhibit. All photos by Alyssa Quiring

(Image: Top: AIBC Councilor Gord Richards and Intern Architect Liaison Sara Kasaei in attendance. L to R: Reception guests view UBC SALA student exhibit. All photos by Alyssa Quiring)

Congratulations to the UBC SALA Master of Architecture students who recently exhibited at the AIBC Gallery. On opening night September 8, reception guests, including representatives from UBC and AIBC, celebrated the students’ achievement.

The Comprehensive Studio 2015 was an exhibition of selected student work from the University of British Columbia’s School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. The Comprehensive Design Studio is a key element of the professional Master of Architecture curriculum at UBC SALA. Working in pairs, students at the end of their second year in the program undertake challenging programs and sites with the intent of consolidating their newly acquired knowledge of building systems, environmental systems and structure.

Projects displayed at the UBC SALA Comprehensive Studio 2015 exhibition included schematics, renderings and models of the new SALA building from the creative minds of the master of architecture students.

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