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CALA program welcomes foreign-trained architects
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The 11 provincial and territorial Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA), are pleased to announce the launch of a program called the new Broadly Experienced Foreign Architects Program (BEFA). This program offers experienced foreign-trained architects an alternative path to registration and licensure in Canada. Several years ago, the architectural profession recognized that it did not have an effective national program in place to assess the qualifications of internationally trained and licensed architects. More



Architecture Canada: Un programme des ordres d'architectes du Canada pour accueillir les architectes formés à l'étranger
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Les onze ordres d'architectes provinciaux et territoriaux du Canada (OAC) ont le plaisir d'annoncer le lancement du Programme pour les architectes de l'étranger possédant une vaste expérience (AÉVE). Ce programme offre une voie d'accès à la profession aux architectes formés à l'étranger qui possèdent une vaste expérience et désirent obtenir un permis d'exercice de l'architecture au Canada. Les OAC ont reconnu, il y a plusieurs années, qu'aucun programme national approprié n'était en place pour évaluer les qualifications des architectes formés à l'étranger et dûment autorisés à exercer l’architecture ailleurs dans le monde. More

International architect job find in Canada enhanced
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Internationally trained architects will be able to more readily find jobs in their fields in Canada as a result of a recently launched federally funded program. The Broadly Experienced Foreign Architects Program (BEFA) will streamline the licensing process for internationally trained architects through a national online assessment tool and standard interview process. Such architects will be able to find out sooner whether their qualifications meet Canadian standards of practice or if they need to undergo further training and skills upgrading. More

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Architecture week focuses on lighting design
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Architecture Week offers many free public events that explore the artistry of lighting design. The seven-day festival, organized by the Ottawa Regional Society of Architects, features special lighting installations, daily talks, films, and building tours. "The idea of light goes hand in hand with architecture," says Architecture Week spokesman Richard Smith.  More

CBC Ottawa Morning: Architecture Week
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Architects from across the country are in Ottawa this week, getting all lit up. Click here: CBC Ottawa Morning: Lighting and Architecture to hear the entire radio segment. More

The Canadian Centre for Architecture honours the memory of Melvin Charney
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Over the course of his career, artist-architect Melvin Charney was involved in many projects that united the fields of art and architecture. His work took both a celebratory and critical perspective of the urban environment. A native of Montreal, Charney studied architecture at McGill and Yale University. Appointed associate professor in 1966, he created and directed the Faculté d’aménagement from 1968 to 1972, and the Unité d’architecture urbaine from 1978 to 1992. More


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West Toronto RailPath gets National Urban Design award for Scott Torrance Landscape
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Construction of Toronto's West Toronto RailPath included using a combination of asphalt, concrete, corten steel and some gravel on its shoulders. Scott Torrance Landscape Architect Inc. and Brown and Storey Architects got a Certificate of Merit from Architecture Canada|RAIC, the Canadian Institute of Planners and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects in the Civic Design Project category of the 2012 National Urban Design Awards. More

Architecture, design et urbanisme: un pas de plus vers 2017
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La Fédération internationale pour l'habitation, l'urbanisme et l'aménagement du territoire, qui regroupe des architectes et des urbanistes d'une soixantaine de pays, tiendra son congrès à Montréal en 2017. L'annonce a été faite à Göteborg, en Suède, lors du 56e congrès de l'organisme. Mission Design, la Ville de Montréal et l'Ordre des urbanistes du Québec s'étaient déplacés pour l'occasion. More



Menkes Union Tower hits triple LEED certification
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The Menkes Union Tower Inc. at 25 York Street has become Toronto's first LEED EB:O&M Platinum building, and, with LEED CS and CI Gold certifications, one of the few buildings in Canada to achieve triple LEED certification. Jolene McLaughlin, a green buildings project coordinator with Enermodal Engineering, the LEED consultant for the project, said the Menkes Property Management Ltd. team has set 'an excellent example' of providing a comfortable working environment for tenants while using sustainable initiatives to improve daily operations in the building. More

OAA's Future of Architecture premieres at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche
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For one night in Toronto, the public is invited to engage in a new dialogue concerning space and place. In a 12-hour overnight exhibition at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) will transform the trade floor at the Design Exchange into a theatre for architects to present their collective vision for the future. Christie's world-class projection displays set the stage for the OAA's Scotiabank Nuit Blanche installation by powering the environment with their cutting edge technology. More



2012 Canadian Architecture Awards of Excellence edge closer
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For the Canadian architecture sector, there are few greater platforms of recognition than the Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence. The annual awards program provides a platform for commissioned designed concepts that are either intended to be built, or in the initial stages of construction. With the cut-off date just past, the esteemed jury members, including Williamson Chong architects principal architect Donald Chong, Coarchitecture partner Marie-Chantal Croft and DIALOG's Bruce Haden will now evaluate the designs, focusing on areas of physical organization, form, structure, materials and environmental features. More

Mobile 3-D printer inspires potential for emergency relief architecture
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Dutch firm DUS Architects, in collaboration with Ultimaker Ltd, Fablab Protospace, and Open Coop, have added another 3-D printing machine to the list known as KamerMaker, the room builder. KamerMaker is the world's first mobile 3-D printer and has the ability to print 'rooms' that are up to 11 feet high and 7 feet wide. The machine was unveiled at OFF PICNIC, a precursor to Amsterdam's annual PICNIC technology festival. More


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Exotic designs: Cinema architecture that floats and fascinates
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Two years ago, Film Journal International presented a selection of decidedly cool movie theatres that deployed pods and pedals and presented tantalizing twists and turns on movie-watching environments. For this month's focus on Design and Construction, we invited feedback from the creative minds in our industry and once again searched the world for other innovative ideas. More

Prefab gaining ground as popular architecture choice
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The traditional idea of prefabricated construction or architecture in the modern sector still comes with a level of stigma. To this day, there is an outdated industry perception equating prefab homes to poor design and low standards. Improvements to prefab developments, however, have led to a welcome and timely shift in attitude. More
 
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