Current Exhibition:
Year End Show
2020



For our inaugural online exhibition, the Ryerson Department of Architectural Science is showcasing our 2020 Year End Show, featuring our best student work. At DAS, we encourage students to test boundaries, explore new possibilities, and apply their skill to prevailing issues present within their evolving surroundings. This annual exhibition presents the culmination of the 2019-2020 academic term, showcasing the impressive and cutting-edge works of our top students in all four years of study and at the graduate level.



ONLINE CATALOGUE
YEAR 1
        Communications Studio: ASC 101
        City Stories: ASC 201
YEAR 2
        Design Studio II: ASC 301
        Design Studio III: ASC 401
YEAR 3
        Integration Studio I: ASC 520
        Integration Studio II: ASC 620
YEAR 4


        Architecture Studio: ARC 720
        Architecture Studio: ARC 820

        Building Science Studio I: BSC 720
        Building Science Studio II: BSC 820


MArch
        Studio in Critical Practice: AR8101
        Seminar in Critical Practice: AR8102
        Studio in Collaborative Practice: AR8103
MBSc & MASc

        Building Design Seminar/Studio: BL8104


MATHIEU HOWARD
Pavilion at Grange Park






Martin Road Estate Winery is a curved structure integrated into the landscape of the site located at the entry to the Niaga¬ra-on-The-Lake region. The design intent of this project was too create a landmark which uses gravity within the wine-making process. A certain importance was dedicated to the form and program of the structure and their integration with the site. The sectional properties of the scheme portray how gravity is used in the wine making process. The winery’s roofline gives the im¬pression that it is imbedded into the earth; furthermore, adding to its integration into the site. The large ramp located on the North-East of the building allows for the grapes to be transported with ease to the exterior crush pad located on the upper level.
The grape juices flow down tubes to the fermentation cellar, where the wine is brewed in stainless steel tanks. The wine is then directed to the lowest level to the barrel cellar for aging. The progress through the wine-making process for visitors and tour¬ists triggers sensory aspects such as changes in light, smells and views. Situated at the gateway of the Niagara-on-The-Lake wine country, the structure is a lantern marking entrance to Canada’s top wine producing region. The patina of the weathered Corten steel cladding juxtaposes the textured industrial building with the soft landscape of the site within which it is located.