Canadian Architect


News (August 01, 2006)

Under the Table

In An Act of Temporary Urbanism, Students Appropriate a Park in Search of New Ways of Activating the Space Beneath Their School.

Biblical Proportions

Situated Between a Quiet Residential Neighbourhood and a Busy Vancouver Thoroughfare, This High School Locates Its Main Entrance on a Quiet Side Street With Landscape Architecture That Creates Opportunities for Both Learning and Recreation.

Ideation and Creation

On a Recent Visit to Toronto, One of Great Britain's Hottest Architects, Ghanaian-Born David Adjaye Discusses His Processes and Attitudes Toward Contemporary Architecture.