Canadian Architect


Edition
July 2015

Urbanity in a Suburban Land

Graham Livesey reports on Clareview Community Recreation Centre, one of many significant contributions that Teeple Architects has made to Alberta over the past several years.

How Big Can 3D Printing Go?

The architects in 3DXL, the Design Exchange’s summer exhibition, are working big—creating full-scale building components using 3D printing.

Grande Prairie Regional College

Completed in 1976, Grande Prairie Regional College (GPRC), designed by Douglas Cardinal, FRAIC, was an early embodiment of many of the architect’s principles of design.

Fort Mac Takes Flight

The Fort McMurray airport is a rare jewel in the region: an assertion that industrial buildings don’t have to be ugly; that even tough guys appreciate nice places; that sophistication can coexist with robustness.

Game Changers

New types of imaging technology—some borrowed from the world of gaming—are allowing architects to communicate their ideas in a broader range of ways.

Lina Bo Bardi: Together

Through photographs, artifacts and film, this exhibition at the Graham Foundation in Chicago examines the inclusive approach to design taken by the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi.