The images on these pages, produced in a variety of courses, demonstrate the diversity of architectural representation within the school’s core programs. 

Like the labels identifying the collections within the drawers of our horizontal file cabinets, the following course categories and nomenclature identify the context for the work. 

Drawings and models that have unknown pedigree have been compiled into the Misc./ Unknown ‘drawer’.

History & Theory ARCH

Technology ARCC

Urbanism ARCU

Techniques ARCN

Conservation + Sustainability ARCC

Misc. Unkown

Y Lagita Tang , Theory of Architecture Design / 1977

Miscellaneous Drawings / 90s


  • History/Theory of Architecture


  • 1000 – Intro to Architecture

R. Connah


  • Architectural Technology


  • Structures in Architecture

D. Westwood

Bridge Busting Project


  • Urbanism


  • Architectural Techniques

Drawing, Painting, Mapping…


  • Conservation & Sustainability


  • Conservation in Practice – DSA 2011-12

Y-p. Cazabon

DSA Trinidad & Tobago

Students from

the BAS – Conservation & Sustainability program travelled to Trinidad & Tobago in the Winters of 2011 and 2012. They were hosted by members of Citizens for Conservation, an active lobby group focused on the preservation of Trinbagonian culture, architecture and heritage.


The 2011 group researched and documented the traditional domestic architectures of two historical houses – See: A Tale of Two Houses: Vol 1 while the 2012 group focused on a central civic building see: A Tale from the Old Library Vol 2.


  • Various course listings – past & present