Canadian Architect


Sector
Infrastructure



Books


Digging Beneath the Surface

A recent book celebrating Montreal's metro system explores its social history as much as its architectural legacy.

Editorial: The Attawapiskat First Nations Housing Crisis is Shameful

From an urban-planning perspective, Attawapiskat barely qualifies as a viable community in its current form. With no simple resolution, one thing is certain--political posturing and inaction don't result in better housing in First Nations communities like Attawapiskat.

Fort York National Historic Site Visitor Centre


SWQF


Winnipeg Jets

The new James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Terminal in Winnipeg is differentiated by spatial richness, transparency and light, providing a vivid interface with the dynamic prairie environment.

Editorial: Client Champions

What defines a client who is effective at "sponsoring" an architect to produce a high-quality design? The answer largely depends upon that client's clarity of vision and ability to express that vision to the architect she hires.