Entries by Diane Freeman

University of Waterloo 60th Anniversary Legacy Project

MORe is excited to announce that our Principal Architect, Reema Masri is a part of the Jury for the University of Waterloo Celebration 2017 Legacy Project. The University of Waterloo is celebrating their 60th Anniversary.  As a part of the yearlong celebrations, a student design competition is engaging students to submit proposals for a creative […]

Designing with Heritage in Mind

MORe is excited to be the Architect of Record for three buildings in Kitchener, Ontario that have stood witness to the growth of the City for decades. The pre-confederation building at the “Royal Cross Roads” of King and Queen Streets in Kitchener is a listed Heritage property.  Often referred to as the “American Hotel”, this […]

MORe – City of the Future

Masri O is thrilled to be a part of a project that was recently discussed in the Spring 2017 University of Waterloo Magazine under the heading of “transformational research”. The following is the content of the article: IMAGINE HOUSES THAT GENERATE ALL THE ENERGY THEY CONSUME By Brian Caldwell, illustrations by Ben Weeks Smart village […]

Reema Masri – World Expert at ICF World Expo

Insulating Concrete Forms (ICFs) are gaining traction in the concrete forming market.  MORe Principal, Reema Masri was one of eighteen world experts in the ICF field to speak at the first World ICF Exposition held in March 2017 in British Columbia.  During her presentation, Reema detailed the use of ICFs in her many completed condominium projects.  As […]