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Sep. 6, 2013

Winners of the 2013 Air Canada En Route Hotel Design Awards announced
Canadian Architect
The Air Canada enRoute Hotel Design Awards celebrate the best Canadian-designed hotels around the world. The award-winning projects show that no matter where you go, Canadian interior designers and architects are there to make you feel at home. Air Canada's enRoute, in partnership with Interior Designers of Canada, Architecture Canada | RAIC and IIDEX Canada, invited Canadian architects and interior designers to submit new and extensively renovated hotels completed between Jan. 1, 2011 and Dec. 31, 2012.More

« La résidence Bord du lac par Henri Cleinge architecte »
Kollectif
Le défi s'est immédiatement manifesté — de rénover et d'agrandir une maison traditionnelle québécoise en pierre de 200 ans, ayant autrefois appartenue à la compagnie de la Baie d'Hudson. L'implantation de la résidence existante suit l'ancien tracé de la route qui se trouvait côté fleuve, expliquant le fait que la porte d'entrée principale se trouve aujourd'hui à l'arrière du bâtiment d'origine. More

Thunder Bay architects win award for Gathering Circle
CBC News
The architects behind a unique structure at Thunder Bay's marina have been recognized with an international award. The Gathering Circle, an outdoor pavilion in the Spirit Garden at the city's waterfront, was designed by Ojibway architect Ryan Gorrie and the Brook McIIroy Architectural Firm in Thunder Bay.More

Le Musée de la civilisation de Québec lance les festivités de son 25e anniversaire
Huffington Post
Le Musée de la civilisation de Québec célébrera tout au long de la saison automnale son 25e anniversaire. Et, qui dit anniversaire, dit bilan et réflexion, mais aussi grandes expositions et événements culturels et festifs. Le directeur général des Musées de la civilisation, Michel Côté a donc dévoilé avec enthousiasme l'ensemble de la programmation entourant ce grand 25e anniversaire. More

Winnipeg Art Gallery Architectural Tour
Canadian Architect
Built in 1971, the Winnipeg Art Gallery at 300 Memorial Boulevard is regarded as one of the finest late-Modernist buildings in the country. Soon, you can join the Winnipeg Architectural Foundation for an in-depth tour and learn about the architect, the design, and the history of this important structure.More

New law and architecture schools open in northern Ontario
Toronto Star
Canada has its first new law school and architecture school in nearly half a century — and both are in northern Ontario. Premier Kathleen Wynne cut the ribbon at the new law school at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, and the new architecture school at Laurentian University in Sudbury.More

Une maison chauffée par le soleil
La Presse
Écologique jusqu'au bout du toit, capable de se chauffer elle-même grâce au soleil, la maison Kénogami fait la démonstration que la frugalité énergétique se conjugue fort bien avec le froid souvent glacial du climat boréal. Tour du propriétaire.More

Children's Playhouse 'Sam + Pam' / Office Of Mcfarlane Biggar Architects + Designers Inc.
Arch Daily
Canfor's Playhouse Challenge is an annual event at the PNE where B.C.'s top wood suppliers team up with local architects and builders to design and realize imaginative playhouses for kids. Following the Fair, the playhouses will be sold to pre-registered corporate buyers for donation to communities and charities throughout the province. This year, the funds raised will go to the B.C. Children's Hospital's "Child Health B.C."More

Jury announced for 2013 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence
Canadian Architect
The 2013 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence is an annual awards program open to all architects registered in Canada and to Canadian architectural graduates for buildings designed in Canada and abroad. Foreign architects are permitted to submit, provided they have partnered with a Canadian-registered architect.More

OAA: Eglinton crosstown needs local architecture
Daily Commercial News
The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) says the $4 billion Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) project bundle should be broken up to allow for more participation from domestic architects. "The project is too big, it's too important not to have local architects involved in a more senior role," said OAA president Bill Birdsell. More

Sudbury architecture students taking the 'risk'
CBC News
The charter class of the Laurentian University School of Architecture in Sudbury took a seat for the first time — but not without a small amount of risk. New schools are not eligible for accreditation by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board until they make an application for candidacy for initial accreditation. Then they submit a body of work for inspection.More

The Old Market Square Stage in Winnipeg by 5468796 Architecture
Wallpaper*
Wallpaper* Architects Directory favourite 5468796 Architecture has put the finishing touches to its Old Market Square Stage, a new structure located in the heart of Winnipeg's Exchange District and designed to be an open air performance venue for the summer festival season.More