Canadian Architect


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

    Libeskind a finalist for WTC site.

    October 21, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    Architect Daniel Libeskind was selected from a field of more than 400 applicants as one of six finalists for the study of the future of the World Trade Center’s redevelopment. The new competition was generated after the six redevelopment schemes

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    2002 DuPont Benedictus Awards

    October 21, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    The 2002 Grand Prize winner in the DuPont Benedictus Awards for the architectural use of laminated glass was Dirk Jan Postrel of the Netherlands for the Temple of Love near Avallon, France, a transformation of a classic building into a

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    Lethbridge Modern.

    October 8, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    The Southern Alberta Art Gallery is hosting three thematically linked exhibitions on architecture, titled Lethbridge Modern. Curated by Calgary architect and architectural historian Gerald L. Forseth, MAAA, FRAIC, and University of Lethbridge Faculty of Fine Arts instructor and independent curator

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    New Post-graduate Design Program Collaboration

    September 25, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    The School of Design at George Brown College and Bruce Mau Design, both in Toronto, have announced the creation of a one-year post-graduate design initiative. The Institute without Boundaries will be located at Bruce Mau Design studio and will be

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    International Architectural Design Competition, Montreal

    September 19, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    The Societe immobiliere du Quebec (SIQ) is holding an open 2-stage competition involving the choice of a design followed by an architectural proposal for the building of a cultural and administrative complex in Montreal. Members of the international architectural community

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    New headquarters for Queens University School of Business opens

    September 13, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    Goodes Hall, the new home of the Queens University School of Business in Kingston, Ontario, opened this month. The 113,000 square foot facility combines a preserved 1812 schoolhouse with a modern design by The Ventin Group Architects. The preservation of

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    ID8 wins 109 Street gateway competition, Edmonton.

    September 13, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    109 Street Gateway Art Project. “No. 23,” a three-storey soundscape sculpture designed by ID8 Design Group’s Marc Boutin, Dave Goulden and Tony Leong was selected as a winner from more than 100 submissions by artists and designers across Canada who

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    Older equals fitter

    September 9, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    According to the National Post a new study of 17,000 adults published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine (July 24, 2002) claims people who live in houses at least 27 years old are much more likely than residents in

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    Launch of Archnet.org

    September 9, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    A new Web site, the result of a partnership between Harvard University, MIT’s School of Architecture and Planning, and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture is the world’s largest online architectural library and includes over 20,000 images and over 2000

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    New certificate in urban design

    September 9, 2002 by Canadian Architect

    The City Program at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver is offering a new mid-career program following a two-year pilot-phase. The program has been endorsed by the Planning Institute of British Columbia, the Architectural Institute of British Columbia, the British Columbia

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