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Diarmuid Nash, a Toronto architect and past-president of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), has been elected chancellor of the RAIC College of Fellows for a three-year term beginning May 2017. Nash succeeds Barry Johns, an Edmonton architect who has served...

source: Daily Commercial News

It could be a bit of a magic trick for architects aiming to create a vibrant, urban plaza on the very western suburban fringe of Edmonton. Parking lots would be pushed to each side, a cafe and shops would spill out into the...

source: Edmonton Journal

A shocking exhibition about how the architecture of Auschwitz enabled the horrors of the Nazi death camp is coming to Toronto. The Royal Ontario Museum will soon announce that it has snagged it for a seven-month run from...

source: Globe and Mail

On a winter day, Ottawa looked as if it had all the colour sucked out of it. As I visited the headquarters of the Bank of Canada recently, the building's reflective glass mirrored shades of greige in the cityscape's slush, asphalt and limestone. Then I stepped inside the...

source: Globe and Mail

The svelte silhouette of Absolute Towers — better known as the Marilyn Monroe buildings — changed the architectural landscape of Mississauga's downtown core several years ago. A team of Toronto-based developers and designers...

source: Globe and Mail

L'Ordre des architectes du Québec (OAQ) a tenu récemment à Longueuil sa 6e séance de consultation dans le cadre d'une vaste tournée de conversation publique sur l'élaboration d'une politique...

source: Le Courrier du Sud


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