Ottawa Architecture Week 2015: The city is a house built by many hands.

The city is a house built by many hands. This alone does not make Ottawa unique, but as a place, Ottawa is the most unique city in all... Read More

Urbsanity: Raising the bar

Good design starts before a single line is drawn. It begins with the relationship between the client (and various stakeholders) and... Read More

Easy as 1-2-3: The simple absurdity of the site selection for the ‘Memorial to the Victims of Communism’

triad: noun tri·ad \ˈtrī-ˌad also -əd\ 1:  a union or group of three : trinity 2:  a chord of three tones consisting of a root with... Read More

UrbSanity: Shhh!!! A loud vision for the Central Library

Last summer, following the 40th anniversary of the Ottawa Public Library Main Branch on Metcalfe, the Main Library Facility Planning... Read More

Doors Open Ottawa 2015: A look at Ottawa’s Community Support Services

On June 6-7, 2015, the City of Ottawa marked its 14th annual Doors Open Ottawa event, a weekend celebrating the City’s built heritage... Read More

Image of the Moment: NAC foyer, pre-renovation

Image: A view of the NAC’s upper foyer, looking towards Elgin Street, and soon to be renovated into a glass-enclosed facade... Read More

Neighbourhood Walk: Walkin’ Down Main

Today we bring you the fourth in a series of neighbourhood photo essays by Spacing Ottawa contributor Christopher Ryan, as we take a... Read More

UrbSanity: Monumental controversy – Challenging context for memorial

Markers of history and memorials to the tragedies of the past are part of how we imagine ourselves, both individually and... Read More