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RAIC honours Winnipeg human rights museum architect
CBC News
The U.S. architect who designed the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg is in the city to receive a prestigious honour from his peers. Antoine Predock came to Winnipeg to receive an honorary fellowship from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, as well as to take part in the institute's Festival of Architecture.
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La gagnante de la Bourse du Collège des présidents honorée à l'Assemblée nationale
OAQ
Marie-Ève Lamarre, stagiaire en architecture, a reçu un prix des Offices jeunesse internationaux du Québec lors d'une cérémonie tenue à l'Assemblée nationale. Cette récompense, remise chaque année à de jeunes Québécois s'étant illustrés sur la scène internationale dans leur domaine professionnel, souligne le travail de recherche qu'elle a pu mener au Japon après avoir obtenu la Bourse du Collège des présidents 2012-2013, décernée par l'Ordre des architectes du Québec.
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Architecture Foundation of British Columbia Best Buildings Contest
Canadian Architect
To celebrate 100 years of architecture in British Columbia, the Architecture Foundation of British Columbia is proud to announce the 100 Best Buildings contest. They invite all B.C. residents to nominate their favourite building in which to live, work or play. The nominations can be any structure or building in British Columbia that you love best, for whatever reason.
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San Diego library a shining star on city's skyline thanks to steel
Daily Commercial News
It took 17 years but the San Diego library has finally arrived at its rightful place on the San Diego skyline. While the core of the building itself is concrete it's the steel and aluminum features which make it shine. The most visible aspect of the library are the eight perforated aluminum sections which act to shade both the intense light and heat of the southern California sun, but the secret to the dome, which shines on the horizon, is the innovative use of steel framing and cabling which holds everything in place.
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Le CUSM, future icône architecturale?
Journal Métro
Le CUSM deviendra non seulement une nouvelle signature architecturale incontournable, mais sera également une référence en termes d'intégration urbaine. Voilà comment se présente le mégahôpital sur son site web. Une blague, dites-vous? Attendez la suite. «Tous les détails du futur site ont été soigneusement étudiés» et l'objectif est «de marier les principes les plus avancés de design hospitalier moderne et environnemental aux concepts d'esthétique, d'élégance et de respect des résidants à proximité».
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Architects outline plan for historic Galt post office
The Record
The plan to ensconce a restaurant, library and new age creative spaces in Galt's 130-year-old post office got a green light from heritage architects charged with planning the preservation of the building. "Your glass is more than half full with what you're starting with," architect Andrew Pruss, of Toronto firm ERA Architects, told about 40 people at Cambridge City Hall.
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Oldest building in Kitchener's downtown getting an update
Metro News
New life is being breathed into the oldest surviving building in Kitchener's downtown core. The Revel Development Corp. recently purchased part of the American Block, which has stood at the corner of King and Queen streets since the early 1860s. "It's got that very utilitarian architecture," said Revel president Stephen Litt. "It's not fancy." But it's got history in spades. "It was one of the anchors of the main corner in the city," historian Rych Mills said.
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Vancouver's 'Hobbit house' to get upgrade, new neighbours
CTV News
Vancouver's beloved "Hobbit house" will get an interior upgrade and some new neighbours, after city council approved a zoning proposal that will keep the unique building in its current location. Located on King Edward Avenue and Ash Street, the 84-year-old house — which is officially known as James Residence — is recognized for its distinctive storybook house architecture.
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Calgary's 'most luxurious' condo development to be unveiled
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A Vancouver developer will unveil next week what it calls Calgary's "most luxurious multi-family residential development" which will be located near the Peace Bridge in the southwest Eau Claire neighbourhood. The Concord, by Concord Pacific, will be located on riverfront property at 6th Street and 1st Avenue S.W. and eventually consist of two condo towers of more than 200 units with prices ranging into the multi-million dollars.
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Canadian firms merge to become Architecture 49
Canadian Architecture
A leading group of architecture firms with offices in several regions across Canada have recently emerged as one national firm, as a result of a restructuring and rebranding process. Architecture 49 combines the depth and breadth of the firms Arcop, AE Consultants, North 46, PBK, Smith Carter and WHW Architects. In recent years, all companies had entered into a strategic business relationship with WSP (formerly GENIVAR).

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CMHR recognized with two design awards
Winnipeg Free Press
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights and its builders and designers are being presented with two design awards by the Ontario Division of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction. The Design Awards of Excellence highlight the remarkable collaboration that has taken place between the general contractor, designers, consultants and sub-trades during the construction of the CMHR. The institute noted that more than 5,400 tonnes of steel was also used in building the museum, which is slated to open in September.

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Winnipeg: City of architectural delights
Winnipeg Free Press
In the few decades leading up to the year 1914, Winnipeg transformed itself from an isolated trading post to a brash, cosmopolitan metropolis. When a new train station needed to be built, the architects of New York's Grand Central were hired. When the Union Bank needed a new building at the bend in Main Street, they constructed Canada's first skyscraper, the tallest in the Dominion.

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Architecture is gold for Oakville student Mitchell Goulart
Inside Halton
Mitchell Goulart shows a lot of promise in becoming an architect. The Holy Trinity Secondary School Grade 12 student took home the gold medal for Architectural Technology and Design in the Ontario Technological Skills Competition, which took place at RIM Park in Waterloo. The competition, which is in its 25th year, brought out more than 1,900 of Ontario's top students to compete in various computer and technological competitions and showcase the skills they've been learning in school.
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