Canadian Architect


Keyword
Sports Facilities


Looking Back: Metropolitan Central YMCA

Larry Wayne Richards revisits Diamond Schmitt Architects’ Metropolitan Central YMCA in downtown Toronto.

A Well-Rounded Education: Branksome Hall Athletics & Wellness Centre

A new addition to a private girls’ school in Toronto by MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects successfully knits together disparate components of the campus while achieving an extraordinary quality of lightness.

Urbanity in a Suburban Land

Graham Livesey reports on Clareview Community Recreation Centre, one of many significant contributions that Teeple Architects has made to Alberta over the past several years.

Lina Bo Bardi: Together

Through photographs, artifacts and film, this exhibition at the Graham Foundation in Chicago examines the inclusive approach to design taken by the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi.


Row, Row, Row Your Boat

A pavilion-like competition and training facility for rowers takes advantage of the calm waters of an ex-shipping canal in Southern Ontario.

Accelerated Urbanism

The Pan/ParaPan American Games Athletes' Village was built in less than three years. After the games, the area will transform into the Canary District, Toronto's newest neighbourhood. The architects behind the winning design explain how it happened.

Editorial: Preparing for the Games

The Pan Am Games have been a large-scale testing ground for the AFP process.