Professor Eduard Epp
Associate Professor, Department of Architecture
201 Russell Building
t 204.474.8410
f 204.474.7532
eduard.epp@umanitoba.ca

Education
Master of Architecture Degree, 1994, McGill University
Master of Landscape Architecture Degree, 1987, University of Manitoba
Bachelor of Environmental Studies Degree, 1982, University of Manitoba

Professional Associations

Member, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Member,
Member, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture

Practice

Ed has practice experience in a broad range of architecture and urban design work ranging from Victoria Beach cottages to urban design projects including: Whistler Creek, Coal Harbour in Vancouver, and the Master Plan for the UM Fort Garry Campus, Winnipeg, MB.

Awards

Ed has received awards and recognition for his teaching and his studio work; for his service work to the University and; for his design work in the profession

Teaching and Research Interests

1. Flood Architecture / Hybrid Space and Form … work that addresses the intersection of human and natural systems, particularly in floodplains, globally. Director: International Center for Flood Architecture
2. Urbanism / Urban Design ... work that addresses the discourse of the ‘idea of the city’ in Western and Eastern traditions and thought … and contemporary urban design practices in urban, suburban, exurban and rural contexts, globally
3. Ecology / Sustainable Community Design ... work that addresses emerging sustainable settlement practices at a range of scales and in various contexts. Co-investigator: Sustainable Community Design Project
4. Housing / Habitation … work that addresses contemporary housing design matters with particular focus on urban morphologies / housing typologies.

In addition Ed has a background and abiding interest in: design pedagogy / program development; trans-disciplinary research and collaborative practices; architectural discourses in; regionalism, globalization, post-modern theory and philosophy.