WINNER OF A 2016 GOVERNOR GENERAL’S MEDAL IN ARCHITECTURE
Developed by Cohlmeyer Architecture as alternatives to rooming houses, Pocket Suites include eight autonomous units, each with separate entrances.
A house in a surreal Maritime landscape negotiates between its massive, stony surroundings and the versatility of light-frame vernacular building techniques.
A boutique architect-developer has carved out a niche in building design-led, modern-styled homes on irregularly shaped Toronto infill sites.
A young Calgary firm transforms a mid-century bungalow into a three-unit dwelling with a vibrant central solarium.
A sensitive addition brings an art moderne house in Hamilton up to speed for contemporary living.
An interview with Li Xiaodong, winner of the 2014 Moriyama RAIC International Prize.
A two-storey laneway house, designed by the late architect and educator Jeffery Stinson, continues to offer a place of calm within Toronto’s bustle.
Situated on a tight infill site, The U building reinterprets Montreal’s celebrated walk-up triplexes to create a sensitive new housing typology.
A daring downtown Toronto development uses advanced technology to raise an office block up and above two brick warehouses.
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