Modest Hopes: The story of Anne O’Rourke of Corktown

This is an excerpt from Modest Hopes: Homes and Stories of Toronto’s Workers from the 1820s to the 1920s — by Don Loucks and... Read More

Book Review: Cuban Modernism – Mid-Century Architecture 1940-1970

Authors: Victor Deupi & Jean-Francois Lejeune (Birkhäuser, 2021) In the 20th century, modern architecture thrived in Cuba and a... Read More

EVENT: Tall Vancouver Tales, featuring Donald Luxton

Tall Vancouver Tales, featuring Donald Luxton When: November 9th, 2021   7:00 – 8:30 Where: The Museum of Vancouver Tickets:... Read More

Book Review: Canadian Architecture

Written by Leslie Jen, Figure 1 Publishing (2021) What is Canadian architecture? The question has often been posed, with no single... Read More

Indigenous youth help redefine landscape architecture

It’s impossible to teach someone how to build a deer-skin drum over Zoom. “Just feel the string,” says Oshkabewis... Read More

The New Architectural Spires of Canada’s National Religion

The highest regularly inhabited floor space of any building in Canada is the 72nd floor of First Canadian Place in Toronto. The... Read More

Camera Shy : Downtown Bathurst Street

As a documentary photographer of architecture, I take a strictly non-hierarchical approach to recording Toronto’s urban fabric. I see... Read More

Book Review: Wallpaper* City Guide Vancouver

Text by Hadani Ditmars (Phaidon Press, 2019) A tightly edited, discreetly packaged selection of city highlights for the... Read More

Book Review | The City is Not A Computer

Author: Shannon Mattern (Princeton University Press, 2021) As we know, the world is in the thick of a data explosion that is affecting... Read More

Event | AIBC Conference 2022, May 2 – May 4, 2022

AIBC Conference 2022 Date: Monday, May 2 to Wednesday, May 4, 2022 Location: Vancouver Convention Centre West Website... Read More