In the second installment of a three-part exhibition series, the CCA explores architecture's experimentations with digital tools during the 1990s.
A set of summer exhibitions highlights Waterloo Region's architectural innovation, dating back to the 19th century.
A Calgary parkade goes beyond the norm with artistic facades, a soccer-pitch roof, and an atrium-like stairwell.
Canada would benefit from imitating the historic preservation incentives of our southern neighbours.
Canadians had much to celebrate at this year’s Biennale: from Phyllis Lambert's receipt of the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement to the Canadian pavilion…
An office building for a teachers' union complements its eclectic urban setting and innovates with new environmental sustainability strategies.
Hariri Pontarini Architects builds on its reputation for creating sophisticated business-oriented spaces.
A structurally daring walkway cantilevers visitors over and above a valley in the Canadian Rockies.
Specialization offers advantages ranging from more efficient project execution to better employee retention, argues Mark Busse.
A table for 1,200 diners in Winnipeg--along with smaller tables for 12 around the world--convene conversations about what drives design culture.
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