Canadian Architect


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Heritage + Adaptive Reuse



RAIC Awards – Advocate for Architecture

Susan Algie and a small committee of volunteers founded the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation in 1996.

RAIC Awards – Prix du XXe Sicle

As the first of Canada’s Centennial Buildings, the Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust (which now operates under the name Confederation Centre of the Arts) set an important precedent for subsequent Centennial projects, both in terms of their cultural program and their adoption of a Brutalist idiom.

Place Bonaventure

In the mid-1960s, Place Bonaventure epitomized a spirit of euphoric optimism.



Editorial: Plots of Gold

Many West Coast Modern homes face fraught times, where their very survival will be on the line.

At Home With Jim Murray

When we purchased 6A Kendal Avenue in Toronto almost four years ago, my husband and I had no idea of its true legacy. Only later did we learn that it had once been home to Canadian Architect founding editor Jim Murray.

A Slice of History

GH3's Street House builds on Rosedale’s history of showcasing Toronto’s finest residential architecture.