After much deliberation, the RAIC Board of Directors has decided to not proceed with a proposed change to the MRAIC membership designation.
Sitting down with PARTISANS co-founder Alex Josephson, no hands discussed the importance of design in public and its impact on how people view and use objects…
Canadian architects are finding innovative applications for a mechanical adhesion technology originally developed for car brake pads.
From ceramic tiles to kitchen and bathroom furnishings, the annual trade show was ripe with inspiration for the architecture and interior design industries.
In low budget, high innovation Winnipeg, premanufactured building panels are finding new aesthetic expression on the skin of recent downtown structures.
More efficient construction methods are a no-brainer, but the industry is notoriously slow to change.
Rick Linley, former Chief Operating Officer at Smith Carter Architects and Engineers Inc. in Winnipeg, considers why timesheets are a cruel hoax in the…
A loose attitude towards possessions has certain roots in architecture, and has intriguing implications for its future.
The state of diversity in the profession has been under increasing scrutiny both inside and outside of Canada.
The Canadian architecture community has recently lost two giants of the profession: Bing Thom and Ted Teshima.
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