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Canadian Architect

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.
  • News

    MacKay-Lyons receives AIA’s 2003 Honor Award.

    May 2, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    Brian MacKay-Lyons Architecture Urban Design is the recipient of the American Institute of Architects’ 2003 Honor Award for Architecture for its Howard House project in West Pennant, Nova Scotia. The award will be presented at the annual AIA Convention later

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    Calgary Art Gallery

    April 29, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    Down + Livesey Architects of Calgary has re-designed the interior spaces for the Calgary Art Gallery in the latest phase of its development. The first phase of the design for two adjoining heritage buildings on Stephen Avenue Mall in downtown

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    Unit A Architecture

    April 25, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    A new partnership in Toronto has been formed by Stewart Adams, Jeff Latto and Francesca Piccaluga. Adams and Latto worked with HOK Canada after years with A.J. Diamond, Donald Schmitt and Company and Teeple Architect, respectively. Recent work includes the

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    International Competition for Master Plan for Saint Mark’s Coptic Canadian Village

    April 22, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    Saint Mark’s Coptic Orthodox Church in Toronto invites architects and interdisciplinary teams world-wide to enter a competition for the master plan for a group of buildings called the St. Mark’s Coptic Canadian Village to be built in phases over perhaps

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    Toronto’s Distillery District

    April 17, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    A national historic site in the east end of downtown Toronto where the Gooderham and Worts Distillery once operated has been transformed into a 350,000 visitor destination. The former Victorian distillery buildings now house galleries, theatres, restaurants, and artists’ studios

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    Peter Smithson, 1923-2003

    April 15, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    British architect Peter Smithson died on March 3 of this year. He worked with his wife Alison Smithson, with the London County Council Architects’ Department before establishing a partnership with her in 1950. Technological minimalism was the governing aesthetic of

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    New No-Kill Adoption Facility for the SPCA in Bow Valley, Alberta

    April 14, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    Marshall Tittemore Architects will work closely with ARQ Architects to develop an innovative design and building for the Bow Valley SPCA no-kill adoption facility for dogs and cats. The new design will eliminate the need for kennels, stacked cages and

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    I/O Invited in final round of the L.A.M.A. cultural complex

    April 11, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    I/O Interdisciplinary Office of Montreal has been invited to the final round of the open European competition for the L.A.M.A. cultural complex, which includes the design of a library and a historic museum, in the coastal city of Sligo, Ireland

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    Five shortlisted for Parliament Hill’s Bank Street Building.

    April 8, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    Five teams of architects have been selected to compete for the $211 million Bank Street building design, the first new building in the Parliament Hill precinct to be built in more than 70 years. The new building will be located

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    New Headquarters for Toronto International Film Festival

    April 7, 2003 by Canadian Architect

    Toronto architects Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg (KPMB) have been selected to design the new headquarters for the Toronto International Film Festival. To be located in the heart of the city’s entertainment district at King and John streets, the $120 million

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