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After 50 years, Buckminster Fuller’s Montreal Biosphere stands strong as the city’s most iconic structure.
By Adele Weder |
May 17, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Canada
Vancouver architect Michael Green and his partner Sahra Samnani solve one of the biggest design challenges of our time: how to live large (and beautifully) with a whole lot less.
February 22, 2017
The luminous Aquatic Centre in Surrey, B.C., is swimming with light and ingenuity.
April 6, 2016
Tags: Institutional, Recreation
The Halifax Central Library, designed by Copenhagen’s Schmidt Hammer Lassen, is a shimmering beacon for the digital age in a coastal city craving urban sophistication.
June 23, 2015
Tags: Canada, Institutional, Urbanism
BattersbyHowat Architects takes on the ultimate challenge: renovating Arthur Erickson’s all-concrete icon into a livable – and waterproof – family home.
March 2, 2015
The sensual shapes in Marie Khouri’s installation, recently on view at Vancouver’s Equinox Gallery, spell out “Let’s Sit and Talk” in Arabic.
November 7, 2014
Tags: Art, Exhibition
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