Espace 67

In 1967 the International and Universal Exposition — commonly known as EXPO 67 — was at the helm of the 20th century as the most successful World's Fair garnering a record-breaking number of visitors. Held from April 27th…

The Opeongo Pavilion

Occupying 230-square-metres of Parc du Mont-Orford’s scenic landscape — amid lakes, mountains, and forests — is the modernized Opeongo Pavilion.The name, Opeongo, derives from the Anishnaabe word opeauwingauk (sandy narrows); it…

OAA Headquarters Building Renewal

The OAA’s Don Mills Headquarters was designed by Toronto architect Ruth Cawker, winner of a 1989 province-wide design competition. It had been built to the R2000 standard, which was better than the norm at the time.This was…

Le Petit Montréal

Before the crisp fall air assumes the summer heat, Downtown Montréal has bestowed another outdoor installation for all laid-back purposes. Le Petit Montréal’s lush oasis is a place for shoppers and workers to unwind under shady relaxation…

Passages Insolites (Unusual Passages)

The 6th edition of Passages Insolites brings together 14 artworks produced by 40 local and international artists and architecture collectives whose work plays on the idea of “unusual passages”.These artists pose profound questions about…
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