Buildings deteriorate, projects falter, relationships fall apart--all yielding openings for new working methods and new talent to enter the market.
The English-language winner of the Maison de l'architecture du Qubec's writing competition applauds Montreal's new symphony hall.
The strength and resilience of the Italian ceramic tile industry inspires at Cersaie 2012 in Bologna, Italy.
A marble-clad gallery block and a church-turned-concert hall form an unlikely union in the newest addition to the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts campus.
A bold series of downtown plazas reintroduces vibrant urban life into spaces left over from postwar mega-projects.
A multimedia arts centre adds new creative spaces to Old Montreal.
The caption for the rendering of Edmonton’s Civic Precinct Master Plan at the top of page 23 in the January 2013 issue of Canadian Architect neglected to…
A great mentor to generations of students at the University of Manitoba, interior design giant Grant Marshall is fondly remembered.
The real heroes may turn out not to be mayors at all--but the city bureaucrats who persevere in advancing major planning projects during lacunae in political…
The proper credit for the renderings in the article entitled “City in Flight” in the November 2012 issue of Canadian Architect should have been…
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