Canadian Architect


Edition
May 2015

RAIC Awards – Innovation in Architecture

Patkau Architects' One Fold is a provocation to rethink our relationship, as architects, to materials and our means of employing them.

Editorial: Fair Game?

How did the Memorial to the Victims of Communism balloon from a $4-million project, covered mostly by private funds, to a project that by some estimates now exceeds $40 million?

RAIC Awards – Architectural Firm

Founded by architects Claude Provencher and Michel Roy in 1983, Montreal-based Provencher_Roy has established a reputation for innovation.

RAIC Awards – Innovation in Architecture

Michael Green Architecture (MGA)'s Wood Innovation Design Centre celebrates wood as one of the most beautiful and sustainable materials for building in Canada and around the globe, demonstrating that tall timber buildings can be economical and safe.

RAIC Awards – Green Building

The Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability by Perkins+Will integrates a full range of sustainable design strategies.

RAIC Awards – Emerging Practice

Montreal-based multidisciplinary collective KANVA is led by McGill University School of Architecture graduates Tudor Radulescu, MRAIC, and Rami Bebawi, MRAIC.

RAIC Awards – Young Architect

Monica Adair cofounded Acre Architects with husband Stephen Kopp in 2010.

RAIC Awards – Advocate for Architecture

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

RAIC Awards – Allied Arts Award

Throughout 10 years of practice, Omer Arbel has explored the intimate relationship between light and space. His work continues to uncover new areas of investigation and possibility, using the physical process of making as a fundamental departure point for cross-disciplinary design

RAIC Awards – Lifetime Achievement Award

Sonja Bata, a longtime friend of architecture and Canadian architects, has been a strong advocate for design excellence and a benefactor of architecture worldwide for decades.