Pandemic effect

James Brittain’s Night Walks series documents his Montreal neighbourhood at the height of the pandemic.

We remain in the midst of a global pandemic, with the possibility of a second wave of infection on the horizon. How are architectural design and practice changing in the face of the pandemic? We spoke to Canadian architects about the sometimes worrisome, but often hopeful impacts of COVID-19 so far, in eleven different sectors.


Our experts include:
A photo essay by James Brittain explores Montreal’s urban landscapes at night during the lock-down. And writer Catherine Osborne visits a restaurant that’s deftly adapting to pandemic dining—PARTISAN’s Gusto 501 in Toronto.


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