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This community hub by H&P Architects brings people together in the agricultural region of Duc Tho. It’s part of Tiny Landmarks, our look at six projects modest in size and budget but immeasurable in impact.
By Catherine Sweeney |
April 22, 2016
Tags: Cultural, Infrastructure
Dattner Architects, together with WXY, sculpt a beautiful municipal warehouse that far exceeds its role.
April 14, 2016
With the world’s largest smog vacuum, the Dutch designer delivers an in-your-face reminder of the threat from pollution.
March 29, 2016
Tags: Green Design, Infrastructure, Urbanism
The Icelandic artist expands the Danish capital’s pedestrian circuit with his Circle Bridge.
By Daniel Golling |
December 22, 2015
Tags: Infrastructure, Urbanism
Vancouver firm OMB has designed a tranquil and expansive terminal for this booming international airport in Wood Buffalo, Alberta.
By David Dick-Agnew |
August 11, 2015
Tags: Infrastructure, Transportation
Canada’s busiest arrival point is undergoing a dramatic rebirth that will see the Beaux Arts station in Toronto transformed into an epicentre for tourism, food and culture.
By John Lorinc |
June 3, 2015
Toronto’s 800-hectare lakeshore development is the largest in the world. These major projects are redefining the new blue edge.
By Azure Magazine |
June 2, 2015
In time for the 2015 Pan / Parapan American Games this summer, a whole new neighbourhood has sprung up in the east end.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
A champion of the livable city, Keesmaat explains how she keeps the big picture in focus while dealing with Toronto’s explosive growth.
By Peter Goffin |
May 15, 2015
Tags: Infrastructure, Q&A
Designed by Patkau Architects and Kearns Mancini Architects, the low-slung structure nestled behind the Gardiner Expressway reinforces historical context in a busy metropolis.
May 11, 2015
Tags: Infrastructure, Landscape
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