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Architecture and the Right to Housing

Housing is a human right. This direct message was the opening statement of the Architecture and the Right to Housing panel discussion at the University of Toronto’s John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design.
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Exhibition Review: Design for the Global Majority

PHOTOS Ziechen Zhou In recent years, housing has returned to prominence as an acute issue for Canadians, rising in salience in our municipal, provincial, and now federal politics. Across North America, the sense of a…
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Beyond making nice buildings, what can architects do for public housing?

As a winner of the Canada Council for the Arts’ Prix de Rome for Emerging Practitioners, I recently undertook research to study how European countries including the UK, the Netherlands, and Spain are taking a leadership role in exploring sustainable development models for public housing projects.

Pumphouse Palimpsest: Pumphouse, Winnipeg, Manitoba

PROJECT Pumphouse, Winnipeg, Manitoba ARCHITECT 5468796 Architecture TEXT Trevor Boddy PHOTOS James Brittain Medium density housing remains one…

Reinventing Laurent & Clark: Laurent & Clark, Montreal, Quebec

PROJECT Laurent & Clark ARCHITECT MSDL Architectes TEXT Claire Lubell PHOTOS Adrien Williams The recently completed Laurent & Clark…

Urban Crossroads: Îlot Rosemont, Montreal, Quebec

PROJECT Îlot Rosemont, Centre de services de l’Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal + Résidence des Ateliers, Montreal, Quebec ARCHITECT Lapointe…

Modular Solution: Les Pavillons du 49° apartment building, Chibougamau, Quebec

PROJECT Les Pavillons du 49° apartment building, Chibougamau, Quebec ARCHITECT PERCH architecture INTERVIEW BY Marco Marini PHOTOS Ulysse Lemerise,…

L’École de l’Étincelle reflects culture with ties to the natural…

The school's mission is to create an atmosphere that encourages students to love school.

Student-designed pavilion NOVA makes debut at Winter Stations

Nova represents a star that crashed on top of a lifeguard station and illuminates the beach at night.
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Events

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12marAll Day20aprOntario Place: Lumière–The Art of LightToronto, Ontario

19apr6:30 pm8:30 pmDaniels Women in Design PanelToronto, Ontario

23apr12:00 pm1:00 pmTSA Technical Series: Professional Liability Insurance for ArchitectsVirtual

25apr6:30 pm8:30 pmPMBE Rethinking Affordable Housing PanelToronto, Ontario

26apr8:30 am5:00 pmSCARP SymposiumVancouver, British Columbia

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