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Canadian Architect -
Learning from the Land
An Inuit cultural learning centre on Baffin Island embeds students in the high arctic landscape.
A K-12 school in Inuvik does its homework with fine-tuned environmental strategies and spaces adaptable for broader community use.
A progressive correctional centre in Whitehorse combines high-security requirements with community and healing spaces.
One Piece at a Time
Housing designs for the north must address a complex set of issues--from transportation logistics to the distinct cultural needs of First Nations communities and capital city dwellers.
Canada's pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale showcases the architecture of Nunavut 15 years after its founding--and speculates on what the territory might become 15 years from now.