Architecture

Paul Laurendeau’s Amphitheatre is a Trois-Rivières Waterfront Landmark

Paul Laurendeau’s Amphitheatre is a Trois-Rivières Waterfront Landmark

To bring a former industrial site along the Trois-Rivières waterfront back to life, Montreal architect Paul Laurendeau crafted an amphitheatre that stands out from every angle.

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November 24, 2017

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Elasticospa Creates a Ship-Like Loft in the Floating City of Venice

Elasticospa Creates a Ship-Like Loft in the Floating City of Venice

The Torino firm’s bright and airy loft in Venice highlights the instability that affects all construction in the city.

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November 23, 2017

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Tom Kundig’s Wine-Tasting Room Sits Atop an Okanagan Mountain

Tom Kundig’s Wine-Tasting Room Sits Atop an Okanagan Mountain

The Seattle architect installs a multi-purpose, movable structure atop a mountain for CheckMate winery.

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November 20, 2017

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Susana Herrera’s Yepun Observatory Puts Remote Chile in Perspective

Susana Herrera’s Yepun Observatory Puts Remote Chile in Perspective

To make sense of a bitter and complicated history in a remote region of Chile, Susana Herrera’s Yepun Astronomical Observatory directs the eye toward the skies.

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November 13, 2017

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Inside the Wooden World of Kengo Kuma

Inside the Wooden World of Kengo Kuma

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma shares his thoughts on building Tokyo’s National Stadium, his usage of wood and his projects in the Pacific Northwest.

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November 10, 2017

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Marrakech’s YSL Museum Sews the Designer’s Legacy Up with Style

Marrakech’s YSL Museum Sews the Designer’s Legacy Up with Style

Designed by Studio KO, the YSL Museum in Morocco is an ultra-contemporary temple to 20th-century fashion.

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November 8, 2017

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Renzo Piano’s Nautical Pavilion Sails on a Sea of Grapevines

Renzo Piano’s Nautical Pavilion Sails on a Sea of Grapevines

Renzo Piano’s latest project is like no other. For one, it’s planted six metres below a vineyard in the south of France.

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November 8, 2017

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Inside WilkinsonEyre’s Eaton Centre Bridge in Toronto

Inside WilkinsonEyre’s Eaton Centre Bridge in Toronto

WilkinsonEyre’s long-awaited pedestrian bridge over Queen Street West, connecting Toronto’s CF Eaton Centre to The Bay, is now open.

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November 7, 2017

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Chicago’s New Apple Store Steps into the Limelight

Chicago’s New Apple Store Steps into the Limelight

The tech brand’s spectacular riverfront outlet combines selling smartphones with civic engagement.

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November 6, 2017

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The Glass Tower: Why We Need More Women Architects

The Glass Tower: Why We Need More Women Architects

Women architects have long been part of the landscape. But the idea of the woman architect still hasn’t landed.

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November 3, 2017

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