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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.
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    Construction underway for Canada’s newest university

    November 26, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    The beginning of construction for the first building for the University of Ontario Institute of Technology will be marked in a ceremony this week. Located about one hour’s drive east of Toronto, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology will

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    CMHC Housing Awards Program

    November 22, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    This year’s Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) housing awards theme focussed on affordable housing innovations. This is the seventh time the biennialawards have been held since their creation in 1988. The 2002 program was all about recognizing individuals and

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    Boris E. Zerafa 1933-2002

    November 22, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    Boris E. Zerafa, who passed away November 2 from a drawn out illness, was one of Canada’s most prominent architects. Zerafa moved to Canada after training as an architect in London, England. He helped found Canada’s largest architectural firm: Webb

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    2002 Mississauga Urban Design Awards

    November 21, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    The 21st annual ceremony for Urban Design Awards to projects in the city of Mississauga, Ontario were held this week to honour six outstanding projects in the areas of building and design. Awards of Excellence went to Guthrie Muscovitch Architects

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    Safdie designs new Peabody Essex Museum

    November 18, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    The new Peabody Essex Museum is adding to its campus a new building designed by Moshe Safdie. The new wing is a major part of the $125 million transformation of the Peabody Essex, the longest continuously running museum in the

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    Design for Mobile Health Clinic for world’s AIDS population

    November 11, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    It is estimated that three-quarters of the world’s AIDS population lives in Sub-Saharan Africa; most have no access to lifesaving drugs, testing facilities or even basic preventative care. One of the major factors inhibiting medical professionals in Africa from treating

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    Canadian Artist wins Bauhaus Award of Merit in Architecture, Art and Urban Design

    November 5, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    “Body Movies,” an interactive artwork by Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, has earned its creator a First Prize at the International Awards issued at the prestigious Bauhaus School in Dessau, Germany. The work consists of 1200 square metres of interactive projections

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    Two professors at University of Toronto make finalists’ list for Pentagon Memorial

    October 31, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    Two professors at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design have been named as separate finalists in a major international competition to design a memorial of September 11 outside the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Shane Williamson and

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    Housing Awards Winners Announced

    October 30, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    Six housing initiatives have received awards from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). At a two-day forum entitled Affordable Housing Innovations, fourteen finalists presented their innovations and how they might be applied in their communities. An independent selection committee

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    Correa to design Ismaili Center in Toronto

    October 24, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) has announced that it will establish a museum of Islamic art and heritage and a cultural center devoted to the study and practice of human pluralism. To be located in the Don Mills area

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