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3XN has unveiled plans for two major projects that are destined to shape Toronto’s most coveted neighbourhoods: the Waterfront and the historic LGBTQ community on Church Street.
By Mark Teo |
October 31, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Canada, Residential
In Memphis, an abandoned art deco Sears building has been revitalized – and now, the Crosstown Concourse is at the centre of the community.
October 27, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Urbanism
Horror movies? Pffft. These real-life scary architecture projects are truly frightful.
October 26, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Halloween
Maison Kitsuné prides itself on being eclectic. Capturing its essence is no small feat, but Mathieu Lehanneur is up to the task.
October 19, 2017
Tags: Cultural, Fashion, Retail
Sidewalk Labs has won a bid to design a “smart” neighbourhood in Toronto that will have self-driving transportation, cost-effective building and sustainable energy systems.
October 18, 2017
Tags: Canada, Technology, Urbanism
University spaces are not easy to build well, which is why Snøhetta’s work with the University of Bergen in Norway is especially impressive.
October 13, 2017
Tags: Architecture, University
As the capital of Qatar, Doha isn’t lacking in gorgeous architecture, and its global reputation for extreme building continues to grow with Oxygen Park.
October 10, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Green Design, Urbanism
We’ve long admired the work of Dutch firm i29 Interior Architects for its minimalist and strikingly contradictory work.
October 5, 2017
Libeskind collaborated with Lord Cultural Resources, Edward Burtynsky, Claude Cormier and Doris Bergen to create Canada’s first National Holocaust Monument.
September 29, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Canada
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