Canadian Architect


Features


Article (May 01, 2001)


End of the Road

Photographs documenting the partial demolition of Toronto's elevated Gardiner Expressway capture the demise of an infrastructural giant.

Receiving their Due

The RAIC is launching two new awards that recognize architectural innovation and excellence in contract documentation.

The Guises of Time

A villa in the Laurentians draws on classical and Native American traditions to create a rich experience for mind and body.

Ten Years Old and Growing

What started out a decade ago as a demonstration project on the McGill campus has resulted in 10,000 units of affordable housing in the Montreal area.

Products & Services (May 01, 2001)


Modern Villa

A house balances the universal abstract vocabulary of Modernism with site- and client-specific design strategies.

Landscape Architecture

A weekend retreat north of Toronto extends the long Canadian tradition of landscape-inspired architecture.

Wrapping it Up

A variety of options for sheathing membranes offer a line of resistance to liquid water penetration in residential construction.

No Small Feat

A compact house exemplifies how economy of means can result in a highly liveable environment.