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Canadian Architecture Developments

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post updated 7 October 2021


Architecture Developments in Canada

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Canadian Architecture Developments. e-architect cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Canada. The focus is on contemporary Canadian buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

We have 7 pages of Contemporary Canadian Architecture selections.

Canadian Architecture : news + key projects

Canadian Architecture Designs : A-C

Canadian Architecture Developments : D-H (this page)

Canadian Buildings : I-M

Canadian Building Developments : P-R

Canadian Building Designs : S

Canadian Architectural Designs : T-Z

Contemporary Canadian Architecture Developments

Architectural Developments in Canada – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Major Canadian Building Developments, alphabetical:

East Village Masterplan, Calgary
Design: Broadway Malyan
Calgary Masterplan
picture from CM
Calgary Masterplan : Canadian mixed-use
The Masterplan Vision for East Village is Broadway Malyan’s first Canadian project, covering 55 hectares of city centre land in the western province of Alberta. The Vision proposes a sustainable urban living community for up to 12,000 new residents, with a focus on the provision of new arts and cultural facilities.

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, BC
Design: Saucier + Perrotte / HCMA
UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Canadian Architecture Developments
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UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
The site consists of a 20 240 square metre parcel of land that is located at an important university entry point. With this in mind the building has been designed to act as a gateway to the southeast edge of the campus, engaging the community with a ground floor that will be open, transparent, inviting, and one that will showcase the public function.

Filmport Toronto
Design: SMC Alsop & Quadrangle Architects
Toronto Filmport building
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Filmport Toronto building
Sleek and sexy, with its red exterior and enveloping curved form, FILMPORT’s first commercial building is designed by Will Alsop in association with Toronto’s Quadrangle Architects. This is to be the first building developed in the dynamic film and media community which is slated to take shape adjacent to the studio complex.

Fogo Island Artist Studios, Newfoundland
Design: Saunders Architecture
Fogo Island Studios Canadian Architecture Developments
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Fogo Island Studios
Fogo Island is an elemental place of subtle and abiding beauty – a place where time is not obliterated by the circulation of everything. Its people are inextricably bound to this place where they belong. They are a culturally rich and resourceful people who live in close connection with each other and with their people who have come before.

Garden Pavilion, Toronto
Design: Paul Raff Studio
Garden Pavilion Toronto
photograph : Steven Evans
Garden Pavilion Toronto
Set in a private garden, the pavilion design was inspired by Eastern philosophy of harmony with nature. It is used for sitting and dining, as well as workshops, concerts, and other activities of a local Artist Cooperative.

Habitat 67, Montreal, Quebec
Design: Moshe Safdie, Architect
Habitat 67 Canadian Architecture Developments
photo © Timothy Hursley
Habitat 67 Buildings
Habitat 67 began life as a master’s thesis project prepared in 1961 by Mr. Safdie, then an architecture student at McGill University. He came up with the idea of a high density apartment building that would provide residents with privacy as well as peace and quiet.

Harvest Green Project – Proposal 1
Design: Romses Architects
Harvest Green Project Competition British Columbia
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Harvest Green Vancouver
Harvest Green Project explores the notion of the ‘foregrounding’ of a new agri-food system in and around the strategic urban location of an arterial transit hub. To a certain extent, we have seen 20th century town planning disregard the importance of food and farming, and urban development has virtually eliminated agriculture in our cities.

Hôtel Le Germain Calgary
Hôtel Le Germain Calgary
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Hôtel Le Germain Calgary Building

House 23.2, Vancouver, British Columbia
Design: Omer Arbel Office
Surrey House BC Canadian Architecture Developments
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Surrey House

House 60, Toronto
Design: gh3
House 60 Canada
photograph : Carlyle Routh
Canadian house

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Major Canadian Architecture Projects, alphabetical:

The Delegation of The Ismaili Imamat, Ottawa, Ontario
Maki And Associates

Floating house, Lake Huron, Ontario
MOS Architects

Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto
Diamond and Schmitt

Gerard Godain College
Saucier + Perrotte

Gleneagles Community Centre, West Vancouver, British Columbia
Patkau Architects Inc, Vancouver

Hendrie Gateway Pavilion, Royal Botanical Gardens Ontario, Montreal
Diamond + Schmitt Architects

More Canadian Architecture Developments online soon

Location: Canada, North America

Canadian Architect Studios

Canadian Office Buildings

Montreal Buildings – key buildings + designs

Toronto Architecture – key buildings + designs

Canadian Centre for Architecture Exhibition

CN Tower Toronto : tallest Canadian building

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