An inventive renovation to a fire station provides an expressive and efficiently-organized home for two resident theatre companies.
A modest retirement home embodies the multitude of forces that shape its production.
Once again, the jury notes the absence of radical practice in Canada, but their comments suggest that this isn't necessarily a bad thing.
A historic gas purification plant is incorporated in this sophisticated reinterpretation of the police station type.
Two "hanging gardens" provide an urban student residence with a significant outdoor amenity and opportunities for communal interaction.
A condominium looking onto a bucolic park setting adopts a direct, no-nonsense approach to its remarkable site.
This year's awards judging gave rise to what I believe is an unprecedented situation. As in previous years, the three jury members reached consensus on most of…
A residual urban space is reclaimed for a dynamic residence intensively integrated into its milieu.
An exploration of the possibilities of improvisation during construction informs this ambitious and provocative thesis.
Continuing a 50-year long tradition, the current team at LeMoyne Lapointe Magne stresses in its varied practice clarity, sensitivity to context, and human scale…