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Canadian Architecture Developments – Built Environment

Canadian Architecture Designs – chronological list

Contemporary Canadian Building Designs, alphabetical:

103, Land House in Meaford, Ontario

Abacus House on Bras d’Or Lake, Nova Scotia

Absolute Towers Mississauga

AK Clinic Treatment Room in Brampton, Ontario

Art Gallery of Alberta

Biosphere Sustainability Centre Ontario

Blackwood Studio, Hinchinbrooke

Bloc_10 Winnipeg Housing

Boutique Philippe Dubuc Quebec

Cabin A in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Québec

Calgary Bridge Competition

Calgary Buildings

Calgary East Village Masterplan

Calgary National Music Center Competition

Calgary New Central Library

Canadian Architect

Canadian Firefigher’s Memorial

Canadian Houses

Canadian Office Buildings

Central Library Halifax

Centre Village Winnipeg

Chester Cottage in Nova Scotia

Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion Montreal

CN Tower

Cowley Avenue House, Ottawa

Don Ross Innovation Labs + Gender Neutral Washrooms in BC

Double Header House, Victoria, BC

Fogo Island Artist Studios

Forest House I, Eastern Townships

Fredericton Performing Arts Centre, New Brunswick

Gravenhurst Cottage in the Muskoka Region of Ontario

Hôtel Le Germain Calgary

Jasper Place Library

Lake Huron Summer House in Ontario

Maison Koya, Saint-Sauveur

McGill Schulich School Music

Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec

Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec Design

National Mountain Centre

National Music Center Competition

New Brunswick House

New Royal Alberta Museum

Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre

Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre

OMS Stage Winnipeg

Palais des Congres

Parkade at Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

Peace Bridge Calgary

Pictou Landing Health Centre

Portland Residence in Mont-Royal, Québec

Prince Arthur’s Landing Thunder Bay

Quebec Architecture

Quebec Museum Competition

Quinte Technology Enhanced Learning Centre

Résidence St-Ignace in Lanaudière Region of Quebec

Saint-Laurent Library

Salt Spring Island House

Scandinave les Bains Vieux Montreal

St Patricks Island Bridge

Stony Lake Boat House

TELUS Sky Tower

The Bow Calgary

The Bow Tower

The Senate of Canada Building

Vancouver CC West

Vancouver Convention Centre West

Waterloo History Museum

Wendover House, Ottawa

Winnipeg Airport

Winnipeg Skating Shelters

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Fredericton Performing Arts Centre, New Brunswick
Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects
Fredericton Performing Arts Centre New Brunswick
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The City of Fredericton has selected internationally recognized Diamond Schmitt Architects with local partner EXP Engineering, to design their new Performing Arts Centre.

AK Room, Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Architects: Atelier RZLBD
AK Clinic Treatment Room Brampton Ontario
architectural photography : Borzu Talaie
Our own human body reveals that beauty or health is symmetrical, balanced, and ordered. The smallest intervention project is a spatial experimentation of these values, converting a typical clinic room of an insignificant footprint into one that transcends its physical boundary and inspires a deeper sense of well-being.

Forest House I, Bolton-Est, Eastern Townships, QC
Design: Natalie Dionne Architecture
Forest House I Eastern Townships
photo : Raphaël Thibodeau
Forest House I is the latest work by Montréal-based studio, Natalie Dionne Architecture. The firm has earned widespread praise over the years for its contextual approach, its creativity, and its attention to detail. Forest House I adds to a rich portfolio of original, residential homes, equal parts urban and rural.

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