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After enjoying hundreds of years in the spotlight, the harpsichord — which produces a distinct, metallic sound by plucking rather than striking its strings — took a bow in the early 19th century. By 1910, however, when Jan Horatius Albarda was born in The Hague,...

source: Globe and Mail

Two University of Buffalo architecture professors have been selected as 2017 honorary fellows by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC). Brian Carter and Annette LeCuyer, both professors of architecture in the School of Architecture and Planning, are being honored...

source: University of Buffalo

Construit par John Ostell entre 1854 et 1857, le Grand Séminaire demeure un mystère pour de nombreux Montréalais, qui passent devant régulièrement sur la rue Sherbrooke Ouest sans pourtant...

source: Le Huffington Post

La Ville de Québec engage officiellement le processus de reconstruction de la bibliothèque Gabrielle-Roy qui sera revampée au coût de 40 M$ d'ici 2021. Le concours d'architecture sera lancé...

source: Le Journal de Québec

The University of Toronto's Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design has announced a lecture featuring speakers Kenneth Frampton, Keller Easterling, and Craig Buckley. Held at the Innis Town Hall on April 7th, the...

source: Urban Toronto

The Ontario Heritage Trust presented Andrew Pruss, principal of ERA Architects, Les Mallins, president of Streetcar Developments, and the project team responsible for the revitalization of the Broadview Hotel with the prestigious Lieutenant...

source: Daily Commercial News


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