Canadian Architect


Category
Heritage + Adaptive Reuse

South London Ecstasy

The constant evolution of the popular centuries-old Borough Market in southeast London represents an orderly chaos that is perhaps the true heritage of the site.



Making New Tracks

The adaptive reuse of long-vacated streetcar service barns as a cultural precinct in midtown Toronto is a prime example of what the city is starting to do right.

Cleaning up the Gardens

A solid public-private partnership is getting ready to transform Toronto's venerable Maple Leaf Gardens.




Corkin Gallery