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The young firm is winning acclaim for its interior projects for tech clients. Here’s why.
By David Theodore |
July 6, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Canada, Office
Who is shaping the next generation of iconic structures in Canada? Here are 30 Canadian architecture firms we’ve got our eye on.
By Azure |
June 30, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Canada
Instead of looking back, we’re looking forward, by asking architects from Snøhetta, 5468796 architecture, NADAAA and other firms what they think Canada’s role will be in the next 150 years.
June 29, 2017
Tags: Canada, Cultural
Continuing our celebration of the 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation, we shine the spotlight on 30 Canadian product designers who are producing the most exciting objects in the country.
June 28, 2017
Tags: Canada, Product Design
A painful history of colonization long kept Indigenous people in Canada from creating their own buildings. Today, Indigenous architects are growing in number – and in influence.
By Daniel Viola |
June 27, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Canada, Cultural
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation, we highlight 30 design studios and architecture firms that are creating some of the best interior spaces in the country.
June 26, 2017
Tags: Canada, Office, Residential, Restaurant, Retail
A 1978 building designed by Arthur Erickson has provided the inspiration for Shigeru Ban’s Vancouver timber tower, set to be the tallest in the world.
By Erin Donnelly |
June 2, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Canada, Landscape
After 50 years, Buckminster Fuller’s Montreal Biosphere stands strong as the city’s most iconic structure.
By Adele Weder |
May 17, 2017
Allied Works hit a cultural high note with Studio Bell, a wildly dramatic music centre in Calgary that channels the western city’s outlying hoodoos and frozen terrain.
By Taylor Lambert |
April 11, 2017
La Charbonnière by Alain Carle, in Quebec resort village Cap-à-l’Aigle, opens up to the St. Lawrence River like a sculptural viewfinder.
March 22, 2017
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