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05 November 2010

Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts wins Ontario Wood award

Ontario Wood WORKS! presented the Jury’s Prize to Diamond and Schmitt Architects for outstanding use of wood in design at an awards gala in Toronto this evening. The winning project is the Richmond...

16 September 2010

Warming Huts v.2011 – art and architecture competition

Art and architecture are important yardsticks by which a civilization can be measured. In 2009 the concept for the Warming Huts: An Art + Architecture Exposition on Ice was launched to give users...

15 July 2010

Lateral Office wins the Professional Prix de Rome in Architecture from Canada Council for the Arts

Toronto architecture firm Lateral Office is the winner of the $50,000 Professional Prix de Rome in Architecture for 2010. Administered by the Canada Council for the Arts, this award recognizes excellent achievement in...

22 June 2010

Waterloo University’s Hylozoic Ground to represent Canada at Venice Biennale

Hylozoic Ground, a project by PBAI (Philip Beesley Architect Inc.) in collaboration with the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, is representing Canada at the 2010 Venice Biennale in Architecture. The Biennale, which...

08 June 2010

Canadian Pavilion – Shanghai Expo 2010

The design and construction of the Canada Pavilion is intended to reflect Canadian values of inclusivity, sustainability, and creativity. This three-story structure is the product of collaboration between the Government of Canada and...

07 June 2010

Adamson Associates Architects & Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners win St. Lawrence Market Competition

Today, Toronto Mayor David Miller officially announced the “˜Red Design’ by Adamson Associates Architects and Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners as the winning design in the St. Lawrence Market North Building Design Competition....

03 June 2010

Sod turned on Ismaili Centre, the Aga Khan Museum and Park in Toronto

Last week a ceremony to mark the beginning of the development of the Ismaili Centre, the first-ever Aga Khan Museum for Islamic Art and Culture was held inthe park where they will be...

03 June 2010

Toronto City Hall gets a green roof

For 15 years, a police barricade at the bottom of the ramp to the right of City Hall’s front door has blocked access to the vast roof that surrounds the council chamber. Last...

03 June 2010

Lansdowne Park Stadium and Mixed-use Area Designs unveiled

02 June 2010

Doors Open Ottawa: “˜It’s like giving a key to the city to every resident’

One of the Capital’s most impressive heritage buildings provided an apt backdrop to this morning’s launch of Doors Open Ottawa. Inside the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, which overlooks the Rideau Canal,...