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A Beijing architecture firm takes dog house design to the next level with its latest project, which includes a palette visible to canines, anxiety-reducing acoustics and pup-accessible bathrooms.
By Mark Teo |
August 10, 2018
Join us on Friday, September 21, at IDS Vancouver for a keynote breakfast featuring SO-IL’s Jing Liu, 5468796’s Johanna Hurme and Scott and Scott Architects’ Susan Scott.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
August 7, 2018
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Hydraulic lifts and minimalist espresso taps turn a standard shipping container into a striking temporary Pilot Coffee pop-up.
By Eric Mutrie |
August 2, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Canada, Hospitality, Retail
Jacques Ferrier Architecture’s Water Park Aqualagon in Paris is light-filled, accessible and atypically elegant.
By Danny Sinopoli |
July 30, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Commercial
At the Palace of Justice Courthouse in Córdoba, Spain, a perforated facade draws influence from ancient Arabic motifs.
By Kendra Jackson |
Tags: Architecture, Institutional
Montreal’s Blouin Orzes architectes, a firm with an expanding portfolio of northern projects, delivers a Nunavik cultural centre with an eye-catching asymmetrical facade.
July 27, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Canada, Cultural
La Géode’s brick facade in Montreal looks severe, but the ADHOC architectes project opens to a surprisingly playful courtyard.
By Austin Macdonald |
July 23, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Canada, Residential
The riverside green space by the makers of the High Line aims to connect New Yorkers to both their waterfront and industrial history.
July 19, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Landscape, Urbanism
Poised to open in October, the National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying) has a sinuous roof-scape embedded with open-air spaces for taking in concerts.
July 18, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Cultural
The Chicago architect has been commissioned to design One Delisle, an icon near the central node of Yonge and St Clair – but will her proposed vision be thwarted by tall-building NIMYBism?
July 16, 2018
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