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Canadian Architect
Canadian Architect is a magazine for architects and related professionals practicing in Canada. Canada's only monthly design publication, Canadian Architect has been in continuous publication since 1955.
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    Call for Winnipeg Design Festival curator

    April 8, 2016 by Canadian Architect

    Storefront Manitoba is looking for a motivated individual (or team) to take over the reigns of Festival Curator for the 7th edition of the Winnipeg Design Festival in September 2017. The Winnipeg Design Festival is Storefront Manitoba’s largest annual open

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    OAA Design Excellence winners announced

    April 8, 2016 by Canadian Architect

    Highlighting Ontario’s talent in architectural innovation and expertise, the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) has selected 10 Canadian projects as recipients of this year’s Design Excellence award. Selected from almost 200 submissions, the 10 Design Excellence winners exemplify outstanding practise

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    Teknion Textiles introduces Side by Side collection designed by Suzanne Tick

    March 31, 2016 by Canadian Architect

    Teknion Textiles has announced  the introduction of Side by Side—the latest Teknion Textiles collection by Suzanne Tick—that thinks differently about colour, texture and pattern. “Color is more than just a hue. It responds to its surroundings and changes depending on

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    Phyllis Lambert wins Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize

    March 31, 2016 by Canadian Architect

    Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) Founder Phyllis Lambert has won the American Academy of Arts and Letters’ Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize, which recognizes an architect of any nationality who has made a significant contribution to architecture as an art. The Academy’s annual

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    Deadline approaches to apply for Power Corporation of Canada research residencies at CCA

    March 31, 2016 by Canadian Architect

    The CCA, with the support of the Power Corporation of Canada, invites students enrolled at the Masters level in Canadian architecture schools to take part in a collaborative, three-month residency at the CCA on the topic of architecture and the

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    Pat Hanson shortlisted for ArcVision Prize for women in architecture

    March 30, 2016 by Canadian Architect

    Pat Hanson, one of the founding principals of Toronto-based firm of gh3, has been shortlisted for the fourth annual arcVision Prize for women in architecture is underway. Launched by Italcementi Group in 2013, the prize aims to give recognition to women whose

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    FGMDA incorporates under new name EVOQ

    March 30, 2016 by Canadian Architect

    Montreal-based architectural firm Fournier, Gersovitz, Moss, Drolet et associés architectes (FGMDA) has incorporated under a new name, EVOQ Architecture. EVOQ will be guided by the same management team of Alain Fournier, Julia Gersovitz, Rosanne Moss, Georges Drolet, Giovanni Diodati, Dima

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    Manasc Isaac opens Bucharest office

    March 25, 2016 by Canadian Architect

    On the verge of its 20th year, Manasc Isaac Architects is exporting Edmonton design to Europe. On March 24, they officially opened Latitudine 53 by Manasc Isaac in Bucharest, Romania. The office will be headed by Ana-Dora Matei and Alecsandru Vasiliu, who

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    Ontario Hall by Tillmann Ruth Robinson opens at Western University

    March 24, 2016 by Canadian Architect

    Architects Tillmann Ruth Robinson have announced the opening of Ontario Hall Student Residence at Western University.  With the completion of the 1,000-bed Ontario Hall Residence, Western University guarantees accommodation to every first-year student. “I think all first-year students benefit greatly from

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    RAIC applauds federal investment in built environment

    March 23, 2016 by Canadian Architect

    The exceptional investments announced in the federal budget on Tuesday give architects the opportunity to shape a built environment that can improve the quality of life of Canadians and effect positive environmental change, says the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

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