Architecture

ADHOC Finds the “Missing Middle” in Montreal

ADHOC Finds the “Missing Middle” in Montreal

In the heart of Montreal, the 17-unit building Le Jardinier introduces gentle density – and a surprisingly vibrant green space – to the city’s evolving urban context.

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3 days ago

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Modern Portuguese Architecture: 10 Firms to Know

Modern Portuguese Architecture: 10 Firms to Know

The Portuguese design and architecture scene is blooming, and firms like CVDB, Menos é Mais and Aurora represent the current directions.

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5 days ago

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Impostor Cities to Represent Canada at Venice Biennale

Impostor Cities to Represent Canada at Venice Biennale

Organized by T B A and David Theodore, Impostor Cities explores the tension of “film-famous” Canadian cities that rarely get to play themselves.

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10 days ago

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9 Danish Designs Changing Toronto’s Architectural Landscape

9 Danish Designs Changing Toronto’s Architectural Landscape

Four leading Danish design firms are introducing new design sensibilities to Canada’s largest city.

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12 days ago

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30 (More) Essential Women in Architecture and Design

30 (More) Essential Women in Architecture and Design

In honour of International Women’s Day, we celebrate 30 outstanding women in architecture.

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16 days ago

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This Compact Home Holds the Key to Densifying an Australian Suburb

This Compact Home Holds the Key to Densifying an Australian Suburb

On a suburban lot in Western Australia, architect Kate FitzGerald and her firm, Whispering Smith, craft a lean, design-forward house – with room for one or two more.

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18 days ago

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Arata Isozaki Wins 2019 Pritzker Prize

Arata Isozaki Wins 2019 Pritzker Prize

Japanese architect Arata Isozaki is the 46th winner of the most prestigious award in architecture, the Pritzker Prize.

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19 days ago

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AZURE Talks: Eric Bunge at ARCHITECT@WORK in Toronto

AZURE Talks: Eric Bunge at ARCHITECT@WORK in Toronto

Eric Bunge, co-founder of the groundbreaking U.S. firm nARCHITECTS, will deliver a keynote address on April 4 at ARCHITECT@WORK in Toronto.

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23 days ago

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A Bright Red, Dramatically Peak-Roofed Home in Portugal

A Bright Red, Dramatically Peak-Roofed Home in Portugal

The attention-grabbing hue of this rural Portuguese getaway by architect Luís Rebelo de Andrade is just one aspect of its uniqueness. It also took just three months to erect, has flexible interiors and is eminently self-sufficient.

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25 days ago

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10 Architecture Projects that Will Shape Toronto’s Future

10 Architecture Projects that Will Shape Toronto’s Future

Last week, Diller Scofidio + Renfro unveiled its renderings for the University of Toronto’s School of Cities. It’s the latest in a series of ambitious architecture projects by international firms that will change the face of the city. 

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27 days ago

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