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A Nunavik Cultural Centre With an Iceberg-Inspired Facade

A Nunavik Cultural Centre With an Iceberg-Inspired Facade

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.

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July 27, 2018

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Castor Design’s New Lighting Lines Get Super Minimal

Castor Design’s New Lighting Lines Get Super Minimal

Launched during NYCxDesign in May, the Panopticon and Middle Grey series are explorations in strong yet minimal lighting design.

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July 24, 2018

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Montreal’s La Géode Adds a Gem-Like Twist to the Plateau’s Typology

Montreal’s La Géode Adds a Gem-Like Twist to the Plateau’s Typology

La Géode’s brick facade in Montreal looks severe, but the ADHOC architectes project opens to a surprisingly playful courtyard.

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July 23, 2018

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Jeanne Gang Talks to Azure About Her First-Ever Toronto High-Rise

Jeanne Gang Talks to Azure About Her First-Ever Toronto High-Rise

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?

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July 16, 2018

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In Montreal, an NDG Reno Anchored by a Permeable Volume

In Montreal, an NDG Reno Anchored by a Permeable Volume

Bessborough House, an NDG reno designed by local architecture firm _naturehumaine, introduces an elegant volume that filters between public and private areas.

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July 13, 2018

Section: Interiors

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Wonder Inc. Designs a Bold Hamilton Shipping Container Home

Wonder Inc. Designs a Bold Hamilton Shipping Container Home

Wonder Inc. has created a bold shipping-container home – a residence for a family that may one day be extended to include refugees, new Canadians and friends from afar.

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July 12, 2018

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10 Proposals, Two Green Spaces: Exploring Toronto’s New Waterfront Parks

10 Proposals, Two Green Spaces: Exploring Toronto’s New Waterfront Parks

Earlier this year, a number of international and local architects were invited to design Toronto’s two new waterfront parks. From toboggan hills to modular green spaces, here’s what they proposed.

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July 10, 2018

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Randy Bens Turns a Shipping Container into a Backyard Micro-Office

Randy Bens Turns a Shipping Container into a Backyard Micro-Office

New Westminster, B.C. architect Randy Bens transformed a shipping container into a backyard office that fits three employees. Since 2005, Randy Bens has run his residential architecture firm out of…

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July 3, 2018

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Beau Lake Brings Beauty and Craftsmanship to the Cottage

Beau Lake Brings Beauty and Craftsmanship to the Cottage

Founded by Lee Kline and Paul Lavoie, Beau Lake is an outdoor sports gear company focused on quality design. With paddle boards, pedal boats and dock chairs, the brand is making waterside recreation a thing of beauty.

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July 3, 2018

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This Habitat 67 Renovation is an Ode to Montreal

This Habitat 67 Renovation is an Ode to Montreal

Rainville-Sangaré’s phenomenal Habitat 67 renovation adds light, warmth and airiness to a decades-old suite while paying homage to Moshe Safdie’s legendary complex.

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July 3, 2018

Section: Interiors

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