Regent Park Aquatic Centre / MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects

09:00 - 13 August, 2015
Regent Park Aquatic Centre / MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects, © Shai Gil
© Shai Gil
  • Architects

  • Location

    Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Principals

    David Miller, Viktors Jaunkalns, Ted Watson, Andrew Filarski, Robert Allen
  • Project Team

    Troy Wright, Jeanne Ng, Siri Ursin, Kyung-Sun Hur, Cohen Chen, Carla Munoz
  • Area

    28000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photographs

© Shai Gil © Shai Gil © Shai Gil © Shai Gil +15

Abilities Centre / B+H Architects

11:00 - 11 August, 2015
Abilities Centre / B+H Architects, © Toni Hafkenscheid
© Toni Hafkenscheid

© Toni Hafkenscheid © Toni Hafkenscheid © Toni Hafkenscheid © Toni Hafkenscheid +14

Ryerson University Student Learning Centre / Zeidler Partnership Architects + Snøhetta

11:00 - 10 August, 2015
© doublespace photography
© doublespace photography

© Lorne Bridgman © Lorne Bridgman © Lorne Bridgman © Lorne Bridgman +39

Centennial College Ashtonbee Campus Library & Student Hub / MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects

11:00 - 5 August, 2015
Centennial College Ashtonbee Campus Library & Student Hub / MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects, © Shai Gil
© Shai Gil

© Shai Gil © Shai Gil © Shai Gil © Shai Gil +9

368 Powell Street / Kirsten Reite Architecture

11:00 - 4 August, 2015
368 Powell Street / Kirsten Reite Architecture, © Andrew Latreille
© Andrew Latreille

© Andrew Latreille © Andrew Latreille © Andrew Latreille © Andrew Latreille +22

AD Classics: Strawberry Vale Elementary School / Patkau Architects

08:00 - 3 August, 2015
AD Classics: Strawberry Vale Elementary School / Patkau Architects, © Patkau Architects / James Dow
© Patkau Architects / James Dow

In the struggle against the homogenizing forces of an increasingly globalized architectural culture, the particularized interventions of Patkau Architects in the Canadian southwest proffer a means of resistance, grounded in the immediacy of context and the sacrosanctity of nature. Combining local material palettes with a rich tectonic vocabulary that borrows from the diverging currents of modernity and vernacular practice, the firm’s projects are dynamic and eminently sui generis, the results of an inspired pursuit at the nexus of regionalism, technology, and critical theory.

Bridgepoint Active Healthcare / Stantec Architecture + KPMB Architects + HDR Architecture + Diamond Schmitt Architects

13:00 - 30 July, 2015
Bridgepoint Active Healthcare / Stantec Architecture + KPMB Architects + HDR Architecture + Diamond Schmitt Architects , © Tom Arban
© Tom Arban

© Tom Arban © Tom Arban © Tom Arban © Tom Arban +21

Val-des-Monts Cottage / Christopher Simmonds Architect

13:00 - 25 July, 2015
Val-des-Monts Cottage / Christopher Simmonds Architect, © Doublespace Photography
© Doublespace Photography

Spahaus / YH2 Architecture

09:00 - 24 July, 2015
Spahaus  / YH2 Architecture, © Julien Perron-Gagné
© Julien Perron-Gagné

© Julien Perron-Gagné © Julien Perron-Gagné © Julien Perron-Gagné © Julien Perron-Gagné +18

youCUBE / 5468796 Architecture

09:00 - 20 July, 2015
youCUBE / 5468796 Architecture, © James Brittain
© James Brittain

© James Brittain © James Brittain © James Brittain © James Brittain +34

Maison Terrebonne / la SHED architecture

10:00 - 10 July, 2015
Maison Terrebonne / la SHED architecture, © Maxime Brouillet
© Maxime Brouillet

© Maxime Brouillet © Maxime Brouillet © Maxime Brouillet © Maxime Brouillet +16

ODIN Bar & Café / Phaedrus Studio

13:00 - 6 July, 2015
ODIN Bar & Café / Phaedrus Studio, © Designstor/Ryan Fung
© Designstor/Ryan Fung

© Designstor/Ryan Fung © Designstor/Ryan Fung © Designstor/Ryan Fung © Designstor/Ryan Fung +23

Bortolotto Unveils Design for Rosalie Sharp Pavilion in Toronto

14:00 - 21 June, 2015
Bortolotto Unveils Design for Rosalie Sharp Pavilion in Toronto, Exterior View. Image Courtesy of Bortolotto
Exterior View. Image Courtesy of Bortolotto

The Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD U) has commissioned Toronto firm Bortolotto to transform the university’s main office building into the Rosalie Sharp Pavilion. The office will be wrapped in a technologically-responsive layer, transforming it into a multi-use, student work and exhibition space and transforming the corner of Dundas and McCaul streets into an interactive gateway for the campus.

Harfang-Des-Neiges Primary School / CCM2 Architectes + Onico Architecture

09:00 - 21 June, 2015
Harfang-Des-Neiges Primary School / CCM2 Architectes + Onico Architecture, © Stéphane Groleau
© Stéphane Groleau

© Stéphane Groleau © Dave Tremblay © Stéphane Groleau © Stéphane Groleau +12

Groveland House / Mcleod Bovell

09:00 - 20 June, 2015
Groveland House / Mcleod Bovell, © Ema Peters
© Ema Peters
  • Architects

  • Location

    West Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Area

    9000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2013
  • Photographs

Lebourgneuf Community Center / CCM2 architectes

13:00 - 19 June, 2015
Lebourgneuf Community Center / CCM2 architectes, © Stéphane Groleau
© Stéphane Groleau

© Stéphane Groleau © Stéphane Groleau © Stéphane Groleau © Stéphane Groleau +17

Live_Work_Grow House / Susan Fitzgerald Architecture

09:00 - 16 June, 2015
Live_Work_Grow House / Susan Fitzgerald Architecture, © Greg Richardson
© Greg Richardson

© Greg Richardson Courtesy of Susan Fitzgerald Architecture © Mike Dembeck © Greg Richardson +30

Toronto’s Design Exchange Unveils Its Latest Exhibition: “3DXL”

16:00 - 14 June, 2015
Toronto’s Design Exchange Unveils Its Latest Exhibition: “3DXL”, via Design Exchange
via Design Exchange

Despite being at the forefront of digital fabrication technology, 3D printing is still shrouded in mystery, something which the Design Exchange (DX) hopes to change with its most recent exhibition, “3DXL” in Toronto. Curated by the director of DX, Sara Nickleson, 3DXL brings together 3D printing projects from across fields, including work from medicine, design and architecture. As the name suggests, the exhibit presents 3D printing on a scale not normally observed by the public. In particular, the exhibit addresses the role 3D printing will play in the future of architecture, and how it may begin to replace more traditional architectural construction.