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St-Germain Aqueducts and Sewers

Building an industrial site that co-exists with the surrounding area, for a use in which architectural excellence is often replaced by low-cost banality requires a reevaluation of the topographical...

Riverhouse Niagara

in Architecture by Zerafa Studio llc.
contributed by 270 arquinetwork, 13 November 2009
The principal feature of the 1.85 acre site fronting the Niagara River just upstream from the Horseshoe Falls is the long unobstructed river views across the full 164 ft width of the property. The...

Calgary Courts Center

The Calgary Courts Centre (CCC), located in the heart of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, is one of the largest and most unique courthouses in North America. This centre of justice was designed to address...

Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute

When the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) chose to pursue LEED™ certification for its new Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute (FESTI), it accepted the challenge of constructing...

Khyber Ridge

in Architecture by Studio NminusOne
contributed by 159 archdaily, 24 April 2009
The Khyber Ridge house was commissioned by a professional snowboarder. The strategy takes its cue from the intimate engagement of a shredder following the line of a mountain; it is one of maximum...

Markham Centre Park & Civic Mail

New urban park that features integral additions to the Markham Community and a response to the town`s strategy to create a sustainable, mixed-use town centre that will act as a focus of town-wide...

Centre récréo-nautique de la baie de beauport

The enhancement of the Beauport Bay is the result of the government’s aspiration to encourage and facilitate public access to the St-Lawrence River and to amalgamate the site as a training centre...

40_R Laneway House

in Architecture by Superkül inc
contributed by 159 archdaily, 19 May 2009
The conversion of an industrial shed to a single family home in midtown Toronto makes a case for a strategic approach to urban sustainability and revitalization, additional density in the City’s...

BCIT Aerospace Technology Campus

The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) Aerospace Technology Campus stands at the gateway to British Columbia’s Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Driven by the concept of “Hub...

Garden House

The clients, a professor of anthropology specializing in East Asian Archaeology, and a librarian/ researcher born in Kyoto, wished for a home that would: showcase their existing English Garden;...
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