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Canadian Building Designs

Key Contemporary Architectural Developments in Canada, North America

post updated 13 Feb 2020

Building Designs in Canada

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Canadian Building Designs. We cover completed buildings, new building designs 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

Canadian Buildings : I-O

Canadian Building Developments : P-R

Canadian Building Designs : S (this page)

Canadian Architectural Designs : T-Z

New Canadian Building Designs

Contemporary Canadian Buildings – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Saint-Laurent Sports Complex, Montréal
Design: Saucier + Perrotte / Hughes Condon Marler
Saint-Laurent Sports Complex Canadian Building Designs
image : Saucier + Perrotte
Saint-Laurent Sports Complex
The project site is situated between the existing Émile Legault School and Raymond Bourque Arena, both of which are horizontal in form and neutral in character. For this project, it thus became vital for the design of new sports complex to create a visual and physical link between the Marcel Laurin Park (to the north of the site), and the projected green band that will run along Thimens Boulevard.

Shaft House, Toronto
Design: Atelier Reza Aliabadi > rzlbd
Shaft House Toronto
image : borXu Design
Shaft House
Affordability is a value that the building successfully owns by integrating well thought low-cost strategies in the design process; from purchasing a modest lot of about 20 feet wide to choosing sustainable and cost efficient materials. Aluminum siding, untreated wood and recyclable rusted steel for the exterior of the house not only help reduce the costs of the design but t also tried to make a statement on organic behaviors of buildings by changing color while aging along with the house. The Shaft House generates spaces without walls.

Canadian Architecture Designs, alphabetical:

Saint-Laurent Library, Montreal
Design: various architects
Saint-Laurent Library Canadian Building Designs
picture from architect
Canadian Library Building

Sauder School of Business, Vancouver
Design: Acton Ostry Architects
Sauder School of Business Canadian Building Designs
picture from architect
Sauder Business School, British Columbia

School of Pharmacy, Kitchener
Design: Hariri Pontarini Architects
School of Pharmacy building Toronto
picture : Ben Rahn (A-Frame)
Pharmacy School Building

Seaton New Town, Toronto
Design: BDP
Seaton New Town concept Canadian Building Designs
picture from architect
Seaton New Town

Sherbourne Park Pavilion, Toronto, Ontario
Design: Teeple Architects
Sherbourne Park Pavilion
picture from architect
Sherbourne Park Pavilion

Spa Nordique, Nun’s Island, Montréal
Design: Chevalier Morales architectes
Spa Nordique Montréal
photo © Marc Cramer
Spa Nordique Montréal

Spa Scandinave, Montréal
Design: Saucier + Perrotte
Spa Scandinave Canadian Building Designs
photo : Marc Cramer
Spa Scandinave Montréal design

Stewart Museum, Montréal
Design: Les architectes FABG
Stewart Museum Building
image from architects
Canadian Museum Building

More Canadian Building Designs online soon

Canadian Architects

Canada Buildings – No Images

Major Canadian Architecture Projects, alphabetical:

Shaw Festival Theatre Production Centre, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Lett/Smith Architects, Toronto

Strawberry Vale School
Patkau Architects Inc, Vancouver

More Canadian architecture designs online soon

Location: Canada, North America

Canadian Architect Studios

Canadian Office Buildings

Montreal Buildings – key buildings + designs

Toronto Architecture – key buildings + designs

CN Tower – Toronto Skyscraper, tallest Canadian building

Diamond and Schmitt

McGill University Campus, Montreal

Comments / photos for the Canadian Architecture Designs page welcome

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