Canadian Architect

Heritage + Adaptive Reuse

Roch Garden

Continuing to gain momentum, the revitalization of the Saint-Roch neighbourhood in Quebec City should be considered a model mix of political will and interest from the public and private sector.

Suburban Shift

One of Six Malls in Close Proximity Catering to a Predominantly Asian Clientele, Aberdeen Centre Continues to Transform the Vancouver Suburb of Richmond Into a Dynamic Cultural and Urban Phenomenon.

Restoring Loss at Vimy

The Restoration of the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in France Enables the Dynamic Exploration of a Monument Overlooking Scarred Battlefields and Shrouded Under Scaffolding.

Repeat Performance

An Ambitious Renovation of Two Identical Auditoria in Two Competing Albertan Cities Incorporates Environmental, Acoustic and Theatrical Applications.

Work of Art

Excavated remnants and layered spaces redefine a new gallery in Toronto's historic Distillery District.

Learning from the Distillery District

Toronto's Distillery District is a successful marriage of new contemporary design and existing heritage structures.

Creative Establishment

The transformation of an old lunatic asylum re-uses and consolidates heritage elements into a contemporary campus.

Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada

A new initiative provides a useful document for design professionals working on heritage conservation projects.