Spec Start DIALOG Scholarship

This Fall, we’re launching a new scholarship. The Spec Start DIALOG Scholarship has been created to increase awareness and understanding of the specifications role in the design industry and to foster the new generation of specifiers. The scholarship is open to Canadian

Spec Start DIALOG Scholarship

This Fall, we’re launching a new scholarship. The Spec Start DIALOG Scholarship has been created to increase awareness and understanding of the specifications role in the design industry and to foster the new generation of specifiers. The scholarship is open to Canadian

DIALOG Design Residency 2019 – That’s a Wrap!

The second annual Design Residency in Honour of Tom Sutherland took place in DIALOG’s Toronto studio recently. We hosted 9 students representing 6 disciplines from 8 universities across Canada to solve a community-related design challenge. Their mission for the week: No

2019 Michael Evamy Scholarship Recipient Announced

We’re proud to announce this year’s Michael Evamy Scholarship is awarded to Julia Nakanishi to explore architecture’s role in cultural sustainability for rural areas experiencing depopulation. How can architects and designers facilitate cultural sustainability, education, and human connections to landscape

One week until the DIALOG Design Residency

The DIALOG Design Residency in Honour of Tom Sutherland is an annual event hosted by a different DIALOG studio each year. A cohort of students from a variety of disciplines and cities participate in a three-day workshop to identify and

Inaugural Donald Tong Scholarship Awarded to Jordyn Kent

Last night, we hosted the first presentation of the Donald Tong DIALOG Graduate Scholarship in Structural Engineering in our Toronto studio. Introduced late last year, the scholarship was established in partnership with the University of Toronto to strengthen an already great relationship

Gordon F. Anderson Scholarship Awarded to Karren Hudson

Last week, we hosted our annual celebration of the Gordon F. Anderson Scholarship in our Edmonton studio. It’s always a great evening where the Edmonton structural engineering team and University of Alberta’s engineering faculty celebrate this year’s $5000 scholarship recipient and get

Edmonton’s ‘End of the World’ lookout officially opens as Keillor Point

Edmontonians had a new lookout to check out over the holidays. Keillor Point, unofficially known as End of the World, opened on December 21. DIALOG is proud to be the structural engineers, landscape architects, and architects that made this lookout

DIALOG Design Residency 2018–that’s a wrap!

Last month, the inaugural DIALOG Design Residency in Honour of Tom Sutherland took place in the Edmonton studio. We hosted 9 students representing 6 disciplines from 6 universities across Canada to solve a community-related design challenge. Their mission for the

One Week Until the Inaugural Design Residency in Honour of Tom Sutherland!

We’re one week away from the first annual DIALOG Design Residency in Honour of Tom Sutherland! We’re excited to host an interdisciplinary cohort of young minds in our Edmonton studio for a 3-day workshop to address a community issue. Tom

Gordon F. Anderson Scholarship Awarded to Tom Joyce

Last week, we hosted our annual celebration of the Gordon F. Anderson Scholarship in our Edmonton studio. It’s always a great evening where the Edmonton structural engineering team and University of Alberta’s engineering faculty celebrate this year’s $5000 scholarship recipient

Next Generation of Urbanists

Quick quiz: What does it take to make a city smart and sustainable? What role does innovation, creativity, and collaboration play in our attempts to reach sustainable design solutions? We recently challenged students to think about these questions during an

Bright minds from international business schools help solve a DIALOG challenge

In November, we were able to lend our ‘real-world’ expertise to the Alberta International Business Competition (AIBC), and we are glad we did! The AIBC is a student-run business competition from the University of Alberta’s School of Business. Twelve international

Carleton Studio at DIALOG

Carleton Studio is a collaboration between the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism and DIALOG. The six-week studio immerses students in real-world city building challenges and is guided by a multi-disciplinary team of industry experts. This year’s Carleton Studio in Toronto

DIALOG awards Michael Evamy Scholarship to Stuart Lodge for researching the relationship between materials and digital technology

How can architects and designers harness the power of digital technology to improve the materials and construction methods they use? Stuart Lodge, a Masters of Architecture student at University of British Columbia, has been awarded $5000 to find out. Lodge’s

DIALOG Awards Scholarship to Diana Studer for “Restorative Play” – Design with Children in Mind

TORONTO, April 25, 2016 – In the opening paragraph of Restorative Play: Using Child-Centred Design to Revitalize Urban Spaces, Diana Studer warns decision makers, “we do not consider children as full citizens of our society with an equal right to