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In Memoriam: Phyllis Lambert renders tribute to architect Peter Carter

Phyllis Lambert, architect and founder of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, pens a tribute to architect Peter Carter (1927–2017).

Web Exclusive: Humber College Student Welcome & Resource Centre

An iconic landmark at Humber College serves as a gathering place for a fast-growing and diverse student population.

Toro Canyon House

In this unpublished text from 2011, George Baird reflects on a visit to Barton Myers' iconic California home.

For What it’s Worth

A strategy of charging for initial consultations allows architects to get paid for all of their work—as well as giving clients more confidence in the design process.

More Than Enough

A minimalist house in rural Nova Scotia is maximally generous in its sweeping views, simple comforts, and thoughtful architectural gestures.

Skewing the Square

A luxurious bungalow stems from the initial move of pulling at the corners of a familiar shape.

Design With Type

An emerging firm reveals an innovative take on the Toronto double house with twin duplexes on adjacent Parkdale lots.

Editorial: Synergies for Social Good

Community-building synergies are behind a pair of Thier + Curran's recent projects: a social service oriented development in Hamilton, and another in Richmond Hill.