While the building is easily discernible, looking closely unveils its most unique aspects.
Like fashion and film, architecture on campus has seen historic and stylistic changes over the decades.
The University of Saskatchewan is hosting a series of lectures and presentations to spread awareness and interest in an architecture program at the school.
The Stall Gallery’s current exhibit focuses on the building blocks of our world, from the inner workings of a pocketwatch to the architecture of our cities. Henry van Seters and Bevin Bradley have vastly differing styles — realist vs. abstract — but their themes work well together. Their paintings are also bereft of human forms. Instead,
Ryan Walker says the grates around trees at River Landing are an important example of First Nations culture in Saskatoon's urban design. “Some people may see it as fairly small scale but it's the process that was used that's important,” said Walker, chair of the Regional and Urban Planning Program at the U of S.
Jan Gehl is a world-renowned architect involved in projects on every continent except Antarctica. Now he's hoping to leave his mark in Saskatoon. On Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, Gehl is getting involved with Saskatoon residents, giving two lectures, meeting with city officials and sitting down with students. Gehl's work focuses on making urban