Terri Meyer Boake is a full professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo since 1986 teaching in the areas of building construction, architecturally exposed structural steel, environmental design and film. She researches steel construction for the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction, working with them to publish the CISC Guide for Specifying Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel. She has published Understanding Steel Design: An Architectural Design Manual (Birkhäuser 2012), Diagrid Structures: Systems, Connections, Details (Birkhäuser 2014) and Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (2015). Complex Steel Structures: Non-Orthogonal Geometries in Building with Steel is due for publication in 2020. She has lectured worldwide on applications in Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel.
She travels widely to present at international conferences and document…
Tall Building Academic & Teaching Committee, Member (2018 – Present)
Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2014; China 2016; Chicago 2019)
Annual Conference, Session Chair (Australia 2017; Chicago 2019)
Annual Conference, Panel Moderator (Middle East 2018)
21 November 2019
20 October 2018
29 November 2017
30 October 2017
Monday 30 October, 2017. Sydney, Australia. Terri Meyer Boake, Professor, University of Waterloo, chairs the question and answer session with Philip Vivian, Director, Bates Smart;...
01 December 2016
The diagrid structural system for constructing tall buildings is a recent invention. Debuting in 2004 with the construction of the Swiss Re Tower in London,...
17 October 2016
There has been a marked shift away from the use of steel as the primary structural system that had long been the Western standard for...