Canadian Architect


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Heritage + Adaptive Reuse


A Well-Rounded Education: Branksome Hall Athletics & Wellness Centre

A new addition to a private girls’ school in Toronto by MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects successfully knits together disparate components of the campus while achieving an extraordinary quality of lightness.



Looking Back: Musée de la Civilisation

Twenty-seven years after its completion, the Musée de la civilisation's success has hinged on the architectural form given to its institutional program and its spatial integration with Quebec City's historic district.

The Expansion Dilemma

Museums across Canada are growing, and confronting the difficult choice between expanding on site and building new quarters off site. What can we learn from projects in the space-crunched Netherlands?



Cornelia Hahn Oberlander

Landscape architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander has been active since this magazine's beginnings, and continues to collaborate closely with Canada's leading architects.

Canadian Architect Versus Expo 67

An exploration of why, almost 50 years ago, so few pages of this magazine were dedicated to Expo 67, arguably the single most prominent event of world architecture at the time.