Canadian Architect

Industrial Architecture

Newmarket Operations Centre

Pier Review

A $130-million overhaul of Thunder Bay's waterfront reconnects the city to the Lake Superior shoreline and its cultural heritage.

Fort York National Historic Site Visitor Centre


On Stable Ground

A dilapidated industrial building is brought back to a shimmering new life, making it a desirable contemporary space in a changing Vancouver neighbourhood.

The Red Lantern

A spiral red-painted steel stair provides the perfect anchor for the revitalization of this Jesuit Graduate Faculty of Theology.

South London Ecstasy

The constant evolution of the popular centuries-old Borough Market in southeast London represents an orderly chaos that is perhaps the true heritage of the site.

Two Sheds Are Better Than One

In his final days as an architecture student at the University of British Columbia, Joey Giaimo designs two compelling backyard structures for artist Brian Jungen in East Vancouver.

Making New Tracks

The adaptive reuse of long-vacated streetcar service barns as a cultural precinct in midtown Toronto is a prime example of what the city is starting to do right.

Books (June 01, 2010)