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Urban Renewal

Lawyers acting on their own behalf are said to have a fool for a client. Architects who design their own project, it may be said, will have a client who is…

Steeltown boy makes good

Other areas of Canada may be booming, but Hamilton, Ontario - a.k.a. Steeltown or The Hammer - faces an iffy future. Although it remains the country's largest…

“X” marks the spot

Buried in the bland, concrete confines of Humber College, located in Toronto's not-quite-post-industrial west end, lies a little treasure, a jewel of a space…

Toward a green Toronto

The City of Toronto and Green Living Enterprises are pleased to announce the finalists for the 2011 Green Toronto Awards. The City's environmental awards of…

Rooms with a view

In the early 20th century, the young Turks of Modernism embraced Frank Lloyd Wright's renowned portfolio with its flowing use of space countering the…

A light touch

Merike Reigo and Stephen Bauer, principals of a young architectural practice, were invited by a couple they'd never met, to see a house for sale, 30 minutes…

If these walls could talk

How do you recreate a heavy-tooth, multi-toned wallpaper, produced a century ago, by a process no longer practised in North America? Neil Brochu, a museum…

AIBC Architectural Awards

Themes of adaptive reuse and fresh design were front and centre at the 2010 Annual AIBC Architectural Awards, revealed Saturday at the Architectural Institute…
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