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Civic Song

A group of Vancouver architects introduce a fun way to bring disparate communities together through song.

Editorial: Olympic Gag

More than 40 architectural practices have helped design the venues, the Olympic Park and the Athletes’ Village, but only those who have paid to sponsor the…

The First 100 Miles

A recent ideas competition stresses the importance of gong beyond merely specifying local building materials.

Anchors Aweigh

The recently unveiled Royal Canadian navy monument incorporates a variety of subtle metaphors to honour Canada's naval armed forces.

The Vertical Field

A new satellite campus for the University of Sherbrooke in a Montreal suburb expands the notion of accessible education while offering the potential to catalyze…

Park Place

The meticulously considered redesign of Oppenheimer Park in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside engages the disparate communities in this neighbourhood, bringing…

Migrating to Venice

The preparation of Canada's official entry to the Venice Biennale in Architecture is nearing completion. Although this ambitious project included an elaborate…

The Next Regeneration

"Regenerative Design" has been garnering increasing interest as a means of reframing green design. What does it mean for practice? Can buildings be regenerative…

Expansive Terrain

A photographic artist examines the evolution of the postwar suburban landscape of Mississauga.


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