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28 October 2015: Architectural News

Moriyama RAIC International Prize Illumination Lecture announced

28 October 2015: Architectural News

OAA calls for con-ed presentation proposals

28 October 2015: Architectural News

The Other Architect opens at the Canadian Centre for Architecture

28 October 2015: Architectural News

Community in a box: how modern design is helping bring a town together

28 October 2015: OAA News

Nominations for Election of Members to Council

27 October 2015: Discipline Decisions

Discipline Decision

27 October 2015: Architectural News

Architects ready to work with Liberals: RAIC

27 October 2015: Architectural News

Winter Stations Competition is now open

27 October 2015: Architectural News

Toronto’s Lateral Office Makes Camp at the Chicago Architecture Biennial

27 October 2015: Architectural News

Historic lobbies live on

21 October 2015: Architectural News

When Modernism and yellow brick invaded Old Rosedale

21 October 2015: Architectural News

McMaster University engineering lab to study energy use

14 October 2015: Architectural News

Editorial: Sign on the Dotted Line

14 October 2015: Architectural News

Acton Ostry Architects’ UBC residence will be among world’s tallest wood buildings

14 October 2015: Architectural News

Upcoming panel on architect-developer innovations in Toronto announced

14 October 2015: Architectural News

2016 Prix du XXe siècle – Call for nominations

14 October 2015: Architectural News

Learning to love brutalist architecture's frosty embrace

13 October 2015: Architectural News

Will the dream of Toronto’s Green Line ever become a reality?

13 October 2015: Architectural News

Photo of the Day: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

13 October 2015: Architectural News

Frank Gehry’s first playground of the imagination

13 October 2015: Architectural News

Q+A> FRANK GEHRY

09 October 2015: Architectural News

Chicago Architecture Biennial secures the city's place as a mecca for building buffs

09 October 2015: Architectural News

Ethics and architecture: Where do you draw the line?

08 October 2015: All News

Timberfever: Design-Build Challenge 2015

06 October 2015: Architectural News

National Urban Design Awards: Call for Submissions

02 October 2015: Architectural News

City celebrates the best in urban design

02 October 2015: OAA News

Council Update

02 October 2015: OAA News

2016 OAA Profiles - Architecture Matters

01 October 2015: Architectural News

Ontario Home Builders' Association Presents 2015 Annual Awards

01 October 2015: Architectural News

Architect association president tells cities to look to his industry to help drive economy

01 October 2015: Architectural News

Canadian architecture institute condemns Maison Alcan project

01 October 2015: Architectural News

J.L. Richards: Ottawa architecture firm celebrates 60 years

01 October 2015: Architectural News

BuildingSMART trying to build community

01 October 2015: Architectural News

For architects, black is the new black

01 October 2015: Architectural News

Re-purposing existing buildings in Thunder Bay can pay off, Ontario architect says

01 October 2015: Architectural News

Forum focuses on architecture

30 September 2015: Architectural News

Open international competition in two phases Bauhaus Museum Dessau

29 September 2015: Architectural News

Architects can Play a Big Part in Building Rehabilitation Projects and Downtown Revitalization

29 September 2015: Architectural News

Historic sites worth money

28 September 2015: Architectural News

Why skyscrapers are killing great cities

25 September 2015: Architectural News

Introducing the RAIC’s new executive director

24 September 2015: Architectural News

LGA Architectural Partners announces the Rya and Eric Levitt Memorial Award

23 September 2015: Architectural News

Ontario Association of Architects president praises competition to find design for new Canadian Canoe Museum at Peterborough Lift Lock

23 September 2015: Architectural News

City hall’s glory didn’t come without a fight: James

23 September 2015: Architectural News

Justus League: architectural superheroes assemble at the rapids

23 September 2015: Architectural News

Psychogeographer Colin Ellard on architecture that can make us happy, sad or even sick

23 September 2015: Architectural News

Robert E. Simon Jr., Who Created a Town, Reston, Va., Dies at 101

22 September 2015: Architectural News

Photo of the Day: Sharp Centre for Design

22 September 2015: Architectural News

Ottawa Architecture Week examines "Town versus Crown" tensions

22 September 2015: Architectural News

Two Diamond Schmitt projects win CODA awards

22 September 2015: Architectural News

3D Printing technologies create new opportunities for architects

22 September 2015: Architectural News

“Demolition by neglect:” City rescinds heritage protection on historic home

21 September 2015: Architectural News

U.S. Tall Wood Building Prize Competition Winners Revealed

21 September 2015: Architectural News

City Hall deserves the big birthday fuss: Hume

21 September 2015: Architectural News

CITY HALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL

18 September 2015: Architectural News

Homeless shelters and art galleries: What kids imagine for city depends on where they live

18 September 2015: Architectural News

The ‘black art’ of condo design in Toronto

18 September 2015: Architectural News

Brutalism is back, this time moving indoors to mix with the daintier decor pieces

18 September 2015: Architectural News

AIA Cincinnati program to address

17 September 2015: Architectural News

Proposed designs from world-class architects for the new Canadian Canoe Museum

17 September 2015: Architectural News

BusinessView: A 3D Strategy For Ontario

17 September 2015: Architectural News

Doors Open architecture event at Trinity Anglican Church ... and 39 other sites in the region this Saturday

17 September 2015: Architectural News

Quadrangle Architects wins local and international awards for their innovative transformation of 60 Atlantic Avenue

16 September 2015: Architectural News

Relationships and ‘adaptive reuse’ drove Curtner

16 September 2015: Architectural News

Energy efficiency retrofit conference hits Toronto

16 September 2015: Architectural News

Blok's Superkül Book Design

16 September 2015: Architectural News

A Value Proposition for Living Architecture

16 September 2015: Architectural News

University of Saskatchewan School of Architecture Initiative seeks Project Director

16 September 2015: Architectural News

Sir John A. Macdonald Building in Ottawa reopens

16 September 2015: Architectural News

City of Ottawa Planning Committee to Consider CDP Approval September 22

15 September 2015: Architectural News

New park and fountain will let fun flow: Hume

14 September 2015: Architectural News

Downtown Sudbury needs right 'mix' -- panel

11 September 2015: Architectural News

Design key to transforming Sudbury's downtown

10 September 2015: OAA News

CBC Radio Broadcast: How architecture can benefit Sudbury's downtown

09 September 2015: Architectural News

All class: Brock’s ultra-modern arts school embraces the past

09 September 2015: Architectural News

Nominees for Heritage Toronto Awards Architecture category released

09 September 2015: Architectural News

A layperson’s guide to architecture, arranged in clear, clean lines

09 September 2015: Architectural News

Unique laboratory opens at Queen’s University

09 September 2015: Architectural News

Mark Lewis’s new film Invention introduces cityscapes around the world

09 September 2015: Architectural News

2016 Toronto Design Offsite Festival registration closes October 2

09 September 2015: Architectural News

Conscious Consumption: Crafting the City

08 September 2015: Architectural News

The top 10 Art Deco buildings in Toronto

08 September 2015: Architectural News

Help Shape Architecture for Humanity's Rebranding

07 September 2015: Architectural News

‘Placemaking’ as key to economic development

02 September 2015: Architectural News

WZMH Architects and Pellow + Associates Merge Practices

02 September 2015: Architectural News

Coming Soon: IIDEXCanada 2015

02 September 2015: Architectural News

Diamond Schmitt Architects receives two awards of merit from CODAworx

02 September 2015: OAA News

Continuing Education 2015-2016

21 August 2015: OAA News

Submissions Required for winter issue of OAA Perspectives on ‘Thresholds’

20 August 2015: Societies

Local Societies Tour: OAA president urges architects to lead the way in community hubs

20 August 2015: Societies

Local Societies Tour: Windsor rife for development of community hubs, says architect

19 August 2015: OAA News

Get Involved on OAA Council

19 August 2015: OAA News

2016 OAA Committee Vacancies

17 August 2015: Memoriams

In Memoriam: Brian L. Curtner

13 August 2015: Architectural News

At this Ontario cottage, you are in an architect's hands, but nature is in charge

13 August 2015: Architectural News

THE DAWN of HERITAGE (Part 1)

12 August 2015: Architectural News

The Full Picture

12 August 2015: Architectural News

Toronto Is The World's Most Livable City, Says Metropolis Magazine

11 August 2015: Architectural News

Shaping Canadian Modernity: The 1958 Toronto City Hall and Square Competition and its Legacy

11 August 2015: Architectural News

Q+A> CAMERON SINCLAIR

11 August 2015: Architectural News

Ottawa needs to do more to preserve Canada’s heritage buildings

11 August 2015: Architectural News

Building the future: The eclectic Norwegian firm that’s defining architecture

11 August 2015: Architectural News

Depression produced some stunning buildings

07 August 2015: Architectural News

ABLE - Access a Better Living Environment

05 August 2015: Architectural News

Picture perfect: A trusty Brownie camera inspires the design of a contemporary Lake Huron cottage

05 August 2015: Architectural News

Province touts Pan Am Games success

05 August 2015: Architectural News

Trent University’s Alumni House stands test of time

05 August 2015: Architectural News

Thier + Curran Architects design North End Free Library in Hamilton

05 August 2015: Architectural News

Jury finalized for 2015 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence

04 August 2015: Architectural News

New U.S. BIM standard a blueprint for Canada?

04 August 2015: Architectural News

Guelph’s Wilson Street promenade leaves residents curious about permanent car free zone

04 August 2015: Architectural News

MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects and Stantec design de Havilland Building for Centennial College’s Aerospace Campus

04 August 2015: Architectural News

Wood towers go from ‘forest to frame’

04 August 2015: Architectural News

Home of the Week: Modern living behind an historic face

29 July 2015: Architectural News

RAIC’s recent Quebec work anchored in academic partnerships

29 July 2015: Architectural News

Summer not a break for all

29 July 2015: Architectural News

Ontario Wood WORKS! 2015 Wood Design Awards open for nominations

29 July 2015: Architectural News

Proposed Downtown Development Clears First Major Hurdle

23 July 2015: Architectural News

Architecture grad builds home office out of 8,500 beer bottles

23 July 2015: Architectural News

Hillary House welcomes Aurorans to Doors Open

22 July 2015: Architectural News

Nominees sought for wood design awards

22 July 2015: Architectural News

Bridgepoint Active Healthcare wins 2015 AIA National Healthcare Design Award

22 July 2015: Architectural News

Myseum of Toronto invites your stories and objects about the city

21 July 2015: Architectural News

BMX Centre a thrill from start to finish

21 July 2015: Architectural News

Site Plan Approved for UWindsor Downtown School of Creative Arts

21 July 2015: Architectural News

OAG on the Verge of Expansion

21 July 2015: Architectural News

Ottawa university library wins design transformation award

21 July 2015: OAA News

2016 Profiles Directory

16 July 2015: Architectural News

Solving the “Birds vs. Buildings” Dilemma

15 July 2015: Architectural News

New TD Centre Signage Reopens Heritage Debate

15 July 2015: Architectural News

How the right architecture can make you love life (or at least the view and maybe the breezes)

15 July 2015: Architectural News

RAIC seeks Executive Director

15 July 2015: Architectural News

Professor Martin Bressani named next Director of McGill University's School of Architecture

09 July 2015: Architectural News

Pan Am architecture here today, gone tomorrow

07 July 2015: Architectural News

Architectural honour for Windsor architect Jerry Glos

07 July 2015: Architectural News

Grain elevators envisioned as people spaces

07 July 2015: Architectural News

Modern architecture in cottage country makes headway with a considered approach

07 July 2015: Architectural News

Leading architects explore becoming agents of change

06 July 2015: Architectural News

New TD Centre signage reflects a time when brands trump architectural vision

03 July 2015: Memoriams

In Memoriam: Michael "Mike" LUNDY

02 July 2015: Architectural News

Inside out: How today’s architects and designers are creating offices in the great outdoors

25 June 2015: Architectural News

Architects help Sunrisers fish for food

25 June 2015: Architectural News

Toronto-based Diamond Schmitt Architects names new associates

25 June 2015: OAA News

Council Update

25 June 2015: Architectural News

NCC to preserve iconic Gatineau Strutt House as public pavilion

25 June 2015: OAA News

OAA+2030 Professional Education Series 2016 Schedule Announced

25 June 2015: Architectural News

Learning to love Toronto: Hume

23 June 2015: OAA News

OAA Celebrates Toronto 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games

23 June 2015: Architectural News

Coalition of architects urges relocation of Memorial to Victims of Communism

23 June 2015: Architectural News

More than ‘expensive daycare’? Jury still out on whether Ontario’s full-day kindergarten program has paid off

23 June 2015: Architectural News

Open letter regarding the National Memorial to Victims of Communism sent to the National Capital Commission

23 June 2015: Architectural News

Architecture and National Identity: The Centennial Projects 50 Years On

23 June 2015: Architectural News

Drone Video Captures Mississauga's Iconic Absolute World Towers

23 June 2015: Architectural News

Gatineau’s iconic Strutt House to get ‘new life’ by 2017

23 June 2015: OAA News

World Buildings of the Year

23 June 2015: Architectural News

New Queens Quay a redesign for everyone

22 June 2015: Architectural News

Roger du Toit: Urban designer reshaped Canadian cities

19 June 2015: Architectural News

Exploring the future of Cannon Knitting Mills

19 June 2015: Architectural News

CLT begins to shape Laurentian U architecture school

19 June 2015: Architectural News

Waverly Goodbye

19 June 2015: Architectural News

Sheppard Centre overhaul a welcome cure for concrete overload

19 June 2015: Architectural News

Stantec leading the team in Fergus, Ontario

17 June 2015: Architectural News

WSP: Architecture team takes on wide range of projects

17 June 2015: Architectural News

HN Homes and award-winning architect Christopher Simmonds are redefining modern living in Ottawa

15 June 2015: Architectural News

Hamilton extols space for creative industries

15 June 2015: Architectural News

Doors Open 2015 features sports heritage theme

11 June 2015: Architectural News

Toronto is building big. Now try beautiful

10 June 2015: Architectural News

Architecture School: Nothing like this in Ontario (video)

10 June 2015: Architectural News

Isabel Bader Centre architect wins award

10 June 2015: Architectural News

Messing with 'a remarkable plan' a century in the making

10 June 2015: Architectural News

CaGBC BLOG: Making District-Scale Collaboration Work

10 June 2015: Architectural News

Library renovation design approved

05 June 2015: Architectural News

Four Recipients of the 2015 OLA Library Building Award Announced

04 June 2015: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Roger du Toit

02 June 2015: Architectural News

Bortolotto designs interactive gateway to the Ontario College of Art and Design University

29 May 2015: Architectural News

Most Canadians oppose communism victims memorial after being shown design: poll

29 May 2015: Architectural News

Friends of St. Paul’s church in Renfrew look for heritage designation

29 May 2015: Architectural News

Aga Khan Park officially opens to the public

29 May 2015: Architectural News

The Canadian Canoe Museum selects architects for Stage 2 Limited Design Competition

28 May 2015: Architectural News

Leslie M. Klein to receive prestigious OAA Award

27 May 2015: Architectural News

Doors Open 2015

20 May 2015: Architectural News

WASHINGTON, DC AND TORONTO TOP LIST OF CITIES WITH THE MOST GREEN ROOF CONSTRUCTION FOR 2014

20 May 2015: Architectural News

Ismaili Centre Toronto Wins People’s Choice Award

20 May 2015: Architectural News

In-Context architectural video documentaries to screen at London Festival of Architecture

20 May 2015: Architectural News

Diamond Schmitt Architects offer presentations during Doors Open Toronto

19 May 2015: Architectural News

Sonja Bata to receive RAIC Lifetime Contribution Award

15 May 2015: OAA News

Council Update

15 May 2015: Press Releases

OAA announces winner of inaugural Lieutenant Governor’s Award, awards spotlight designs that shape cities and strengthen communities

15 May 2015: Architectural News

INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES: When politics and architecture meet

14 May 2015: Architectural News

Guggenheim Helsinki Honorable Mention Award

14 May 2015: Architectural News

City steps up opposition to victims of communism memorial

14 May 2015: Architectural News

Ottawa councillor asks peers to protest victims of communism memorial site

13 May 2015: Architectural News

Architectural firm lauded for Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery design

13 May 2015: Architectural News

Winners of the 16th annual Canstruction® Toronto competition announced

13 May 2015: Architectural News

Laboratory in Hamilton by Diamond Schmitt Architects wins AIA Top Ten Green project award

13 May 2015: Architectural News

Heritage Toronto Awards call for nominations deadline this week

13 May 2015: Architectural News

Nominations open for Town of Oakville Livable by Design Awards

13 May 2015: Architectural News

Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Awards for Building Heritage call for nominations

12 May 2015: Architectural News

What architects looked at when they walked around Hamilton

12 May 2015: Architectural News

How Hamilton architecture inspired star Bruce Kuwabara

12 May 2015: Architectural News

It’s a winner: Port Hope house rises above

12 May 2015: Architectural News

This Victorian home embraces a modern addition

12 May 2015: Architectural News

Local home reno scoops award

12 May 2015: Architectural News

How Architecture Can Bring Communities Together

12 May 2015: Architectural News

Alexander Josephson: Today's Notable Young Entrepreneur

12 May 2015: Architectural News

Bruce Kuwabara — every building implies a city

12 May 2015: Architectural News

No Better Time for Architects Conference in Hamilton

06 May 2015: Architectural News

Architects show off their Hamilton to peers from across Ontario

06 May 2015: Architectural News

Sarnia-Lambton art gallery credited for revitalizing downtown core

06 May 2015: Architectural News

Architect conference to explore urban renewal in Hamilton

06 May 2015: Architectural News

Trent's unusual beauty: Trent University invites the community to have a look at its unique design and architecture for Doors Open 2015

06 May 2015: Architectural News

The architect’s residential return

06 May 2015: Architectural News

Hidden landmarks: Why Toronto is at the forefront of the landscape architecture movement

06 May 2015: Architectural News

Diamond Schmitt-designed CANMET Materials Technology Laboratory wins green award

06 May 2015: Architectural News

Hamilton facility wins top AIA green award

06 May 2015: Architectural News

10 Toronto Photography Shows for Architecture Lovers

06 May 2015: Architectural News

Call for submissions to Twenty + Change: Next Generation

06 May 2015: Architectural News

RAIC's NEW student job board!

29 April 2015: Architectural News

Mary Misner to retire as Gallery Director, Idea Exchange

29 April 2015: Architectural News

A Transformative House Addition in Ottawa

28 April 2015: Architectural News

Associations weigh in on wood building

28 April 2015: Architectural News

Building a better Toronto for less: Hume

27 April 2015: Architectural News

Hamilton, At a Crawl

24 April 2015: Architectural News

Pan Am Games 'Remarkable new buildings' added to Toronto architecture tour

23 April 2015: Architectural News

Architect group honours Carp resident

21 April 2015: Architectural News

Two BC projects win Innovation in Architecture award

21 April 2015: Architectural News

Dr. Tammy Gaber giving talk on ancient Egyptian art, architecture

21 April 2015: Architectural News

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada innovation awards go to local B.C. architects

21 April 2015: Architectural News

Architects from 13 cities named 2015 RAIC Fellows

21 April 2015: Architectural News

UTM’s innovation centre shows the fine design line between good and great

17 April 2015: All News

Canada’s first 2030 District launches in Toronto

15 April 2015: Architectural News

Surrey Civic Centre architects honoured with OAA design award

15 April 2015: Architectural News

Quebec journalists receive 2015 RAIC President's Award for Media in Architecture

15 April 2015: Architectural News

Winner of Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park competition announced

15 April 2015: Architectural News

Architecture 49

15 April 2015: Architectural News

Ferry dock set to become TO's urban living room: Hume

15 April 2015: Architectural News

Winning design announced for new Toronto Islands ferry terminal

14 April 2015: Societies

2015 Building Links Golf Tournament

10 April 2015: Architectural News

Move afoot to examine city policy

10 April 2015: Architectural News

Confederation Square makeover one of 17 'big ideas' in NCC's 50-year capital plan

10 April 2015: Architectural News

Public Works gears up for massive Centre Block renovation project

10 April 2015: Architectural News

Feature film needs Sault extras

10 April 2015: Architectural News

Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability receives 2015 RAIC Green Building Award

10 April 2015: Architectural News

What does your office look like from a wheelchair?

07 April 2015: Architectural News

Belleville City Hall honoured by Ontario Association of Architects

07 April 2015: Architectural News

Living with Lakes Centre receives 2 awards

07 April 2015: Architectural News

"The Hole Idea" celebrates the simple joys of creating "spontaneous architecture"

07 April 2015: Architectural News

Sudbury's Vale Living with Lakes Centre wins architecture awards

07 April 2015: Architectural News

Renowned Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal gives public lecture tonight in Kitchener

26 March 2015: Architectural News

Building a reputation for excellence

26 March 2015: Architectural News

Landmark designation “lifts the human spirit”

26 March 2015: Architectural News

Anti-communism memorial better than building an office, minister says

26 March 2015: Architectural News

Building the future of architecture with culture and natural materials

26 March 2015: Memoriams

LIPPERT, Harold Fredrick

25 March 2015: Architectural News

City hall wins major architects’ award

25 March 2015: Architectural News

'The project of a lifetime': The architects of the West Block's ambitious rethink draw on similar European projects

25 March 2015: Architectural News

Q&A: CCA's Mirko Zardini on the Architecture of the Everyday

25 March 2015: Architectural News

Marc Kushner dances about architecture

24 March 2015: All News

Volunteers welcome to join in Ottawa's 20,000 Homes campaign initiative

24 March 2015: All News

Aperture Room opens in Toronto's historic Thornton-Smith Building

20 March 2015: Architectural News

Rick Mercer, architects criticize Ottawa’s planned Victims of Communism Memorial

19 March 2015: Architectural News

A walk down Wellington Street: Exploring Ottawa’s contentious communism memorial

17 March 2015: Architectural News

CALL FOR MEMBERS - Mississauga Urban Design Advisory Panel

17 March 2015: Architectural News

Architect Michael Graves made high design for all

16 March 2015: Architectural News

New Ideas Need Old Buildings

16 March 2015: Architectural News

Toronto’s Daniels Spectrum wins architecture award

16 March 2015: Architectural News

Dreessen begins his 2015 OAA presidency

13 March 2015: Press Releases

ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS ANNOUNCES 2015 AWARD WINNERS

11 March 2015: Architectural News

Ontario Heritage Trust announces 2014 Lieutenant Governor's Ontario Heritage Award recipients

11 March 2015: Architectural News

RAIC names recipient of its 2015 Young Architect Award

11 March 2015: Architectural News

Cohen: Communism memorial a monumental folly

11 March 2015: Architectural News

Frei Otto Receives the 2015 Pritzker Architecture Prize

10 March 2015: Architectural News

Farwell enters GVCA hall of fame

09 March 2015: Architectural News

John Godfrey special advisor on climate change, and chair of the climate action group

09 March 2015: Member News

City of Toronto Seeking Committee Members for the Committee of Adjustment

05 March 2015: Societies

ARRISCRAFT LECTURE: MARC FORNES

05 March 2015: Societies

CSC GRAND VALLEY CHAPTER LUNCH SEMINAR: WORKING AT HEIGHTS

05 March 2015: Societies

MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT & CLIMATE CHANGE -

05 March 2015: Societies

PREMIERE GVSA/KPL PUBLIC LECTURE: DOUGLAS CARDINAL ON ORGANIC ARCHITECTURE

05 March 2015: Architectural News

What Makes a City Beautiful?

A provocative new video featuring Alain de Botton says beauty in urban settings must be objective—and to argue otherwise is a danger to our quality of life.

05 March 2015: Architectural News

Ryerson Learning Centre lets users reshape the space

03 March 2015: Architectural News

Victims of Communism Memorial: OAA President Toon Dreessen on CBC

03 March 2015: Architectural News

Home is where their art is: Inside the creative spaces of Canadian architects

28 February 2015: New Members

New Members

New Members Yaser Ramanian May 29, 2012University of  Waterloo, Cambridge, ON | Professional Practice | 2008IUST (Iran University of Science & Technology), Tehran  | M...

27 February 2015: OAA News

OAA sends letter re: Victims of Communism Memorial

27 February 2015: All News

An Immodest Proposal Rankles a Capital Known for Modesty

26 February 2015: Architectural News

Architects ask feds to relocate communism memorial

25 February 2015: Societies

Book Launch: Monday March 2

25 February 2015: Architectural News

Let's hear it for Provencher_Roy: the 2015 recipient of RAIC's Architectural Firm Award

25 February 2015: Architectural News

Competition winner Tranquil House shows intelligent design

25 February 2015: Architectural News

South Street Hospital redevelopment plan calls for keeping just two of four significant heritage buildings

25 February 2015: Architectural News

5 Finalists Selected for the 2015 EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture- Mies van der Rohe Award

23 February 2015: Architectural News

The Ottawa Architectural Conservation Awards: 2012-2014 Award Winners

20 February 2015: Architectural News

Victims of communism memorial land worth at least $16M, Ottawa architect says

19 February 2015: Architectural News

Jon Jerde, Architect of Merging Visions, Dies at 75

19 February 2015: All News

Three public washrooms designed with beauty in mind

19 February 2015: Architectural News

Second architects association protests location of the Memorial to Victims of Communism

19 February 2015: All News

Respected architect and Victorian planning minister Evan Walker passes away

18 February 2015: Architectural News

New Victims of Communism memorial in Ottawa a looming disaster

18 February 2015: Architectural News

Expert advice on building the city of the 21st century

18 February 2015: Architectural News

How to bring a ‘big, honking building that nobody liked’ back to life

18 February 2015: Architectural News

Winners of 2014 Ontario Concrete Awards announced

18 February 2015: Architectural News

The Maestro & The Master: Building the New Mariinsky

18 February 2015: OAA News

The OAA is positioned to assist in response to the Province’s Climate Change Announcement

17 February 2015: Memoriams

In Memoriam: Henry Fliess

13 February 2015: All News

China’s Fog Weighs Heavily on Shoulders of Its Premier Architect

03 February 2015: Societies

Winter Party 2015

03 February 2015: Architectural News

BCA Eastern Canada Chapter introduces building Commissioning RFP templates, to assist the building industry

30 January 2015: Architectural News

A call for government buildings that don't look cheap

28 January 2015: OAA News

New Council Executive Elected

28 January 2015: Memoriams

In Memoriam: Thaddeus KONOPACKI

28 January 2015: Architectural News

Winter Stations Competition jury narrows down to four finalists

28 January 2015: Architectural News

Public cautiously endorses proposed Galt hotel tower

26 January 2015: All News

Deerfield Hall in Mississauga wins architecture award

26 January 2015: All News

Another Walkability Study Proving We Need Walkable Communities

26 January 2015: Architectural News

A peek at the unrealized plans to revitalize Osgoode and St. Patrick TTC stations

22 January 2015: All News

Zita Cobb and Vassilis Sgoutas named 2015 RAIC Honorary Fellows

21 January 2015: All News

Architecture for Humanity closes its doors in San Francisco

21 January 2015: All News

The renovated Didrichsen Art Museum is flourishing in Revell’s architecture

21 January 2015: All News

UBC’s New Pharmaceutical Sciences Building Claims Six Awards: Has Any Recent Building In B.C. Won More?

20 January 2015: OAA News

2015 Annual General Meeting Notice

20 January 2015: Memoriams

Francis John Osburn

19 January 2015: Memoriams

In Memoriam- Emery Soter

16 January 2015: OAA News

Courses Available Re: Accessibility Changes to the OBC

15 January 2015: All News

Toronto architects put on their developer hats

09 January 2015: Memoriams

In Memoriam: Josephine Young

08 January 2015: Member News

Nomination for Honorary Members

06 January 2015: Architectural News

Architects break down work barriers

Architecture is a global profession, explains the executive director of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), and a major agreement between Canadian, U.S. and Mexican architectural regulatory authorities now allows architects to work across North American borders.

06 January 2015: Architectural News

OAA awards look to engage entire industry

Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) President Bill Birdsell says the association’s awards act as a catalyst, encouraging dialogue with those in the industry and the public at large.

05 January 2015: All News

Two architects among 95 new appointments to the Order of Canada

02 January 2015: Web News

OAA Web News

26 November 2014: Architectural News

RAIC call for submissions for 2015 Emerging Architectural Practice Award

26 November 2014: Architectural News

Winners of Ontario Masonry Design Awards announced

26 November 2014: Architectural News

Forensic Services and Coroners' Complex in Toronto receives AIA Award of Merit

26 November 2014: Architectural News

Awards of Excellence in VisitAble Housing launches

26 November 2014: Architectural News

Game Changers: Architects on the Front Lines of Innovation

25 November 2014: All News

Jack Layton Ferry Terminal Design Competition welcomes submissions

24 November 2014: Architectural News

Winners of the Ontario Wood WORKS! 2014 Wood Design Awards announced

24 November 2014: Architectural News

Robert Fulford: Will postmodern architecture get its turn for preservation?

24 November 2014: Architectural News

Humbertown Shopping Centre Master Plan wins Excellence in Planning Award

24 November 2014: Architectural News

How the Royal Ontario Museum represents 100 years of architecture

24 November 2014: Architectural News

Water problems slow Phase 2 of LU Architecture School build

20 November 2014: All News

RAIC Gold Medal call for submissions

17 November 2014: Memoriams

Raymond MASTERS

14 November 2014: All News

Ryerson's City-Building Institute embraces complexity: Hume

14 November 2014: All News

The Isabel by Snøhetta and N45 opens at Queen's University

13 November 2014: All News

The Brain on Architecture

12 November 2014: Societies

Niagara Society of Architects Scholarship

11 November 2014: Societies

Exhibition: Slip + Inject: Ceramics Unmoulded

11 November 2014: Societies

City of Kitchener 11th Annual Industry Workshop

11 November 2014: Societies

BSCI Lab Event: Thermal Bridges & Building Codes- Defining the Future of Energy Efficiency

07 November 2014: All News

SEVEN STAND ALONE SHOWS UNITE TO BUILD BIGGER, BETTER EVENT

07 November 2014: All News

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05 November 2014: Architectural News

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05 November 2014: Architectural News

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30 October 2014: Architectural News

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30 October 2014: Architectural News

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30 October 2014: Architectural News

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27 October 2014: Architectural News

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27 October 2014: Architectural News

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22 October 2014: Architectural News

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22 October 2014: Architectural News

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22 October 2014: Architectural News

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21 October 2014: Architectural News

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Moriyama RAIC International Prize sculpture unveiled

09 October 2014: Architectural News

Canary District planning lets derelict area soar

09 October 2014: Architectural News

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09 October 2014: Architectural News

Top architecture firms compete in Sukkahville competition

08 October 2014: Architectural News

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02 October 2014: Architectural News

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02 October 2014: Architectural News

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02 October 2014: Architectural News

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01 October 2014: Societies

OAA PRESIDENT'S VISIT / PRESIDENT BILL BIRDSELL'S

01 October 2014: Societies

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30 September 2014: Architectural News

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30 September 2014: Architectural News

Moriyama RAIC Student Scholarships awarded to three students

30 September 2014: Architectural News

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30 September 2014: Architectural News

Jenkins: Ottawa's best and worst buildings

29 September 2014: Architectural News

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29 September 2014: Architectural News

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26 September 2014: OAA News

Keesmaat focuses on transforming neighbourhoods with Toronto’s Development Permit System

26 September 2014: All News

Ontario allows wood-framed buildings up to six storeys

24 September 2014: Architectural News

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UN Climate Summit: Thousands march worldwide ahead of meeting

20 September 2014: All News

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19 September 2014: All News

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19 September 2014: Architectural News

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Aga Khan Museum: North America finally gets a home for Islamic art

18 September 2014: All News

TV Journalist Charlie Rose Awarded National Building Museum's 2014 Vincent Scully Prize

18 September 2014: OAA News

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18 September 2014: OAA News

Architecture the ‘most visible expression of culture’

18 September 2014: OAA News

Panel on the economic benefits of architecture to take place

18 September 2014: Societies

Putting Hamilton To Work

18 September 2014: OAA News

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16 September 2014: Architectural News

Moriyama RAIC International Prize aims to raise stature of Canada

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Council approves $100-million Arts Court redevelopment

16 September 2014: Architectural News

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16 September 2014: Architectural News

Aga Khan Museum a needed dose of civic ambition for Toronto

16 September 2014: Architectural News

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16 September 2014: Architectural News

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15 September 2014: Architectural News

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11 September 2014: Architectural News

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10 September 2014: Architectural News

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10 September 2014: Architectural News

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10 September 2014: Member News

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09 September 2014: All News

Toronto's King East Design District launches on September 20th

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04 September 2014: Architectural News

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03 September 2014: Architectural News

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01 September 2014: Societies

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01 September 2014: Societies

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01 September 2014: Societies

Ottawa Architecture Week

28 August 2014: Architectural News

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27 August 2014: All News

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27 August 2014: All News

Reimagining Yonge Street with the NXT prize

26 August 2014: Architectural News

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26 August 2014: Architectural News

Architecture & Design Film Festival: Design Directs Everything

25 August 2014: Architectural News

Aga Khan Museum to open next month

25 August 2014: Societies

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22 August 2014: Architectural News

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21 August 2014: Architectural News

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21 August 2014: Member News

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21 August 2014: Architectural News

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New study confirms that switching to wood construction from concrete or steel reduces CO2 emissions

18 August 2014: Architectural News

Planning department slams two-tower proposal for Centretown

18 August 2014: Architectural News

New in Toronto real estate: River City Phase 3 condos

18 August 2014: Architectural News

Andrew King's upcoming TRANS ARCHITECTURE exhibition at Ryerson University

14 August 2014: Architectural News

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12 August 2014: Architectural News

CSA takes a look at new hard hat standards

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11 August 2014: Architectural News

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Green Infrastructure Design Charrette part of upcoming Grey to Green Conference

06 August 2014: All News

Heritage Toronto's "Heritage Matters" Mayoral Candidates Debate

06 August 2014: Architectural News

Bortolotto is selected to renovate the Ontario College of Art and Design University's building in Toronto

06 August 2014: Architectural News

Farrow wins awards for art in the patient environment and sustainable design

05 August 2014: Architectural News

Shim-Sutcliffe Architects win WAN Healthcare Award for Best Hospital Upgrade

05 August 2014: Architectural News

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Tough love: Which buildings are worth preserving?

05 August 2014: Architectural News

Museum exhibit extols Niagara Fall’s Motel Modernism

05 August 2014: All News

Building Industry and Land Development Association raises $45,000 for Habitat for Humanity

05 August 2014: Architectural News

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30 July 2014: Architectural News

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30 July 2014: Architectural News

Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize Names Seven Finalists

30 July 2014: All News

Canada, U.S. name panel to oversee new $1B Detroit-Windsor bridge

30 July 2014: All News

MAD Architects, Studio Gang, VOA to design Chicago’s George Lucas Museum

29 July 2014: Architectural News

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29 July 2014: Architectural News

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28 July 2014: Architectural News

New law school building at Thompson Rivers University by Diamond Schmitt Architects and Stantec opens

24 July 2014: Architectural News

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23 July 2014: Architectural News

Canada Council architectural grant recipients announced

22 July 2014: Architectural News

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22 July 2014: Architectural News

Big Ideas: Solar panels already appearing on city-owned buildings

21 July 2014: Architectural News

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21 July 2014: Architectural News

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17 July 2014: Architectural News

Professional Prix de Rome awarded to Omar Gandhi

17 July 2014: Architectural News

New Ontario budget remains committed to transportation and infrastructure

17 July 2014: Architectural News

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16 July 2014: All News

Homegrown Design Challenge winners unveiled: DIY bee hotels and an alleyway forest for Toronto

15 July 2014: All News

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15 July 2014: Memoriams

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14 July 2014: All News

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Festival celebrates award-winning architecture in the region

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New Ontario Legislation Will Enshrine the Role of Engineers in Infrastructure

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09 July 2014: Architectural News

“Raw Materials” deconstructs Toronto’s construction scene

09 July 2014: Architectural News

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09 July 2014: Architectural News

Mike Holmes: Mulling the new building code rules on windows, doors and skylights

09 July 2014: Architectural News

Stratford looks at revitalized Market Square

09 July 2014: Architectural News

TRCA seeking EOI for waterfront building

09 July 2014: Architectural News

Daniel Libeskind and David Rockwell announced as keynotes for IIDEX Canada

09 July 2014: Architectural News

Park-like York University Station in the heart of campus

09 July 2014: Architectural News

Pioneer Village Station is lit up by an art installation

09 July 2014: Architectural News

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09 July 2014: Architectural News

Vaughan Metropolitan Centre expected to be centre of development

08 July 2014: All News

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07 July 2014: Architectural News

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07 July 2014: Architectural News

Jury announced for Moriyama RAIC International Prize

07 July 2014: Architectural News

How this North Toronto home maximizes natural light in subtle ways

04 July 2014: Architectural News

Interview: Phyllis Lambert on Winning the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement

03 July 2014: All News

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02 July 2014: Architectural News

Designs of the Year prize "about architecture rather than politics" says Design Museum director

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30 June 2014: All News

Champlain Bridge proposal unveiled by Ottawa

30 June 2014: Architectural News

Jenkins: Wandering along Wilbrod Street

30 June 2014: Architectural News

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26 June 2014: Architectural News

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26 June 2014: Architectural News

Mayor announces inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial

26 June 2014: Architectural News

RIAI Announces Winners of the 2014 Irish Architecture Awards

25 June 2014: Architectural News

McMaster hospital hailed as ‘landmark’

25 June 2014: Societies

Architecture is an economic driver: panel discussion

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Why Tall Wooden Buildings are On the Rise: An Interview with Perkins+Will’s Wood Expert

24 June 2014: Societies

More 'good' architecture can bring new energy to Ottawa, experts say

24 June 2014: Architectural News

Ontario’s newest state-of-the-art jail takes shape in Windsor

24 June 2014: Architectural News

Smiljan Radic’s Serpentine Pavilion Opens

24 June 2014: Architectural News

Winners of 2014 Pug Awards announced

23 June 2014: Architectural News

Canadian Modernism moves to the desert

23 June 2014: Architectural News

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23 June 2014: Architectural News

Fogo Island projects were "an opportunity to use architecture to preserve tradition"

23 June 2014: Architectural News

The Mound of Vendôme at the Canadian Centre for Architecture

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Saucier + Perrotte and Claude Cormier to design third phase of River City 3 in Toronto's West Don Lands

19 June 2014: Architectural News

Video link: A Biennale of "Bold Reminders"

19 June 2014: Architectural News

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19 June 2014: Memoriams

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18 June 2014: Architectural News

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18 June 2014: Architectural News

Two Canadian projects win Architectural Record's 2014 Good Design Is Good Business Awards

18 June 2014: Architectural News

Young Professional: Architect intern looks to change world bit by bit

18 June 2014: Architectural News

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17 June 2014: Architectural News

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17 June 2014: Architectural News

Finalists Announced for ULI Global Awards for Excellence

17 June 2014: Architectural News

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16 June 2014: Architectural News

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16 June 2014: Architectural News

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11 June 2014: Architectural News

Architecture Canada | RAIC Alberta implores City of Edmonton not to dilute the sustainability objective of Blatchford

11 June 2014: Architectural News

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11 June 2014: Architectural News

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11 June 2014: Architectural News

harvard researchers develop 3D printed robotic lamp that self-assembles

11 June 2014: Architectural News

Architects upset after city disqualifies local firms

10 June 2014: Architectural News

Venice Dispatch: Golden Lions for Phyllis Lambert and Korean Pavilion

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10 June 2014: Architectural News

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10 June 2014: Architectural News

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10 June 2014: Architectural News

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09 June 2014: Architectural News

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09 June 2014: Architectural News

Toronto architects explore what Canadian Arctic urbanism could look like at the Venice Biennale

09 June 2014: Architectural News

Around Town: Tribute to architect Douglas Cardinal on his 80th

09 June 2014: Architectural News

Lambert receives architecture honour in Venice

06 June 2014: Architectural News

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06 June 2014: Architectural News

Rem Koolhaas 'Elements exhibition in Venice to "modernise architectural thinking"

06 June 2014: Architectural News

Behind the Living Wall: An Interview with Birgit Siber

05 June 2014: OAA News

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05 June 2014: All News

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05 June 2014: Architectural News

Spain's Cubic GG Bioclimatic House Cuts Heating Bills by 76.77%

05 June 2014: Architectural News

"Scary" Venice Architecture Biennale show has "nothing to do with design" says Koolhaas

04 June 2014: All News

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04 June 2014: Architectural News

Architecture school advocate to be conferred degree

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03 June 2014: Architectural News

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Winners of Toronto's 15th annual Canstruction® announced

03 June 2014: Architectural News

DTAH proposal selected for WorldWide Storefront

02 June 2014: Architectural News

Award-winning house hits all the high points of modernist architecture

02 June 2014: All News

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02 June 2014: Architectural News

'You'll realize it's another world. It will be an adventure': Public invited to let CMHR speak to them

02 June 2014: Memoriams

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02 June 2014: Architectural News

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30 May 2014: All News

Revised Mirvish-Gehry design saves Princess of Wales Theatre: Hume

30 May 2014: All News

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30 May 2014: All News

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29 May 2014: All News

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29 May 2014: All News

Kuwabara brings tall building romance to Yonge and Wellesly

29 May 2014: All News

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29 May 2014: Architectural News

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29 May 2014: All News

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29 May 2014: OAA News

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29 May 2014: OAA News

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28 May 2014: Press Releases

OAA Election Position Paper- Media Release

28 May 2014: Architectural News

Northern architects merge with national firm

28 May 2014: Architectural News

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28 May 2014: All News

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27 May 2014: All News

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27 May 2014: All News

Exquisite Glasgow landmark will rise from the ashes: Hume

27 May 2014: Architectural News

Local architecture thrust into the spotlght with Building Waterloo Region

27 May 2014: OAA News

OAA Releases its Election Issues Position Paper

26 May 2014: All News

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26 May 2014: Architectural News

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26 May 2014: Architectural News

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23 May 2014: Architectural News

Star Architect Has Another Stunning Holocaust Monument On The Way

23 May 2014: Architectural News

OAA celebrates architectural excellence

23 May 2014: Architectural News

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23 May 2014: Architectural News

Stealth Cabin Eco Retreat Blends With the Forest in Ontario

23 May 2014: All News

“Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15” to represent Canadian Pavilion at 2014 Venice Biennale

22 May 2014: Architectural News

The Prince of Wales becomes Royal Patron of Willowbank

22 May 2014: Press Releases

THE OAA AWARDS GALA HIGHLIGHTS SUSTAINABLE AND ENGAGING DESIGNS

21 May 2014: Architectural News

Lee F. Mindel Explores Toronto's Rich Architectural Spirit

20 May 2014: Architectural News

Between City and Nature, this residence shelters a group of Toronto nuns

20 May 2014: Architectural News

Phyllis Lambert to Receive Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at Venice Biennale

20 May 2014: Architectural News

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20 May 2014: Architectural News

Norman Foster Explains How 3D Printing Will Transform Architecture

20 May 2014: Architectural News

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16 May 2014: OAA News

OAA Bestows Recognition to 15 New Buildings in Ontario

16 May 2014: All News

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16 May 2014: Architectural News

$24.5M Ching Park design earns architects' award

16 May 2014: Architectural News

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15 May 2014: Architectural News

Cambridge asked to contribute $8 million to architecture school expansion

15 May 2014: Architectural News

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15 May 2014: All News

Athabasca University now offers online architecture program

15 May 2014: Architectural News

Moore Park Residence by Drew Mandel Architects

15 May 2014: Architectural News

Design award for Stoney Creek rec centre

15 May 2014: Architectural News

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15 May 2014: Architectural News

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15 May 2014: Architectural News

Design award presented to new recreation centre

14 May 2014: Societies

Architecture + Commerce: How Architecture is an Economic Driver

09 May 2014: Architectural News

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06 May 2014: Architectural News

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05 May 2014: All News

Winners Announced for Urban Ideas Competition to “Reconnect Toronto’s Waterfront”

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05 May 2014: Architectural News

Ontario Association of Architects Announces 2014 Award Winners

05 May 2014: OAA News

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05 May 2014: Architectural News

Winners of 2014 OAA Awards announced

05 May 2014: OAA News

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02 May 2014: Architectural News

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02 May 2014: Architectural News

Algonquin building receives architecture award

02 May 2014: Architectural News

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02 May 2014: Web News

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24 April 2014: All News

The 2014 Governor General's Medals in Architecture honour heritage, the environment and education

23 April 2014: Architectural News

Ryerson Architectural science students win sustainable design competition

23 April 2014: Architectural News

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23 April 2014: All News

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14 April 2014: Societies

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14 April 2014: Societies

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14 April 2014: All News

Waterloo appoints new O’Donovan Director of the School of Architecture

10 April 2014: Architectural News

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09 April 2014: Societies

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09 April 2014: Societies

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04 April 2014: Architectural News

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04 April 2014: OAA News

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03 April 2014: Societies

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03 April 2014: Architectural News

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03 April 2014: Architectural News

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02 April 2014: Architectural News

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02 April 2014: Architectural News

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01 April 2014: Architectural News

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01 April 2014: Architectural News

BMO Donates $50,000 to Establish Architecture Scholarships

01 April 2014: Memoriams

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27 March 2014: All News

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Ontario unveils wood building amendments

27 March 2014: All News

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26 March 2014: Architectural News

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26 March 2014: Architectural News

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26 March 2014: Architectural News

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21 March 2014: Press Releases

Ontario Association of Architects Announces 2014 Award Winners and Opens Voting for People's Choice Award March 25 - April 15

20 March 2014: All News

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17 March 2014: Architectural News

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17 March 2014: Societies

HBSA presents Heritage & the Authentic City - Learning Series

14 March 2014: Memoriams

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14 March 2014: Architectural News

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11 March 2014: OAA News

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11 March 2014: Societies

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10 March 2014: Architectural News

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10 March 2014: Societies

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07 March 2014: Architectural News

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07 March 2014: Societies

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05 March 2014: OAA News

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04 March 2014: Societies

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04 March 2014: Architectural News

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28 February 2014: Architectural News

Open call for proposals to animate unique public spaces in Ottawa

27 February 2014: All News

Make Rental Happen Challenge

27 February 2014: All News

Prince of Wales Prize for Municipal Leadership

27 February 2014: Architectural News

How Architecture Works illuminates a storied profession

21 February 2014: Architectural News

How (and why) small businesses should get in on the RFP action

21 February 2014: Architectural News

Third-floor additions: Why homeowners love 'em, City hates 'em

20 February 2014: Architectural News

Architects and designers embrace compromise with the half-open house

19 February 2014: OAA News

OAA brings sustainable building challenge to Canada with Architecture 2030

19 February 2014: Architectural News

Upcoming deadlines for Canada Council for the Arts architecture programs

19 February 2014: Architectural News

Let the private sector bury the Gardiner Expressway

19 February 2014: Architectural News

ACEC and CCA welcome federal announcement on policy framework for New Building Canada Fund

19 February 2014: Architectural News

2014 Marble Architectural Awards for North America

18 February 2014: Architectural News

Williamson Chong Architects named one of the Architectural League of New York's Emerging Voices

18 February 2014: Architectural News

Construction to begin on Laurentian Architecture's Phase Two

18 February 2014: Architectural News

Donate your Aeroplan Miles and help fly “Team Canada” to the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale!

18 February 2014: Architectural News

The Gardiner

18 February 2014: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Robert "Bob" Thomas Pollard

14 February 2014: OAA News

OAA Presents Green Building Strategies with Architecture 2030

13 February 2014: Societies

2014 TSA Officers Election Outcomes

13 February 2014: Societies

New TSA Membership Benefits

13 February 2014: Societies

Oppositions: Architecture On Film

12 February 2014: OAA News

OAA advocates for The 2030 Challenge as a green design bar

10 February 2014: OAA News

Call for Question Developers – Examination for Architects in Canada

10 February 2014: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Sidney Bregman

07 February 2014: Memoriams

In Memoriam - John Joseph Lismer

07 February 2014: OAA News

OAA brings sustainable building challenge to Canada with Architecture 2030

05 February 2014: Architectural News

From strip club to an arts centre — a Hamilton transformation story

05 February 2014: Architectural News

Professional, scientific jobs hit record high

05 February 2014: Architectural News

Slimmer, taller buildings brave the winds

05 February 2014: Architectural News

The city’s urban-design gurus

31 January 2014: Architectural News

Sudbury architecture students design, build ice fishing huts

29 January 2014: Architectural News

Gardiner Expressway at the crossroads: Hume

29 January 2014: Architectural News

Green architecture: the way of the future

27 January 2014: Architectural News

Scotiabank EcoLiving Awards

27 January 2014: Architectural News

President of OAA Bill Birdsell Discusses Super Tall Towers

27 January 2014: OAA News

OAA President Speaking Tour Comes to an End

24 January 2014: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Deacon David Cavalier

24 January 2014: OAA News

New Council Executive Elected

22 January 2014: Architectural News

Cultivate your balcony

22 January 2014: Architectural News

What Architecture Schools Get Wrong

21 January 2014: Architectural News

Stadiums push athletes to new heights

21 January 2014: Architectural News

Dear Mr. Gehry: Come on a tour of Toronto

21 January 2014: Architectural News

This Summerhill home was overhauled, not overwhelmed

17 January 2014: Architectural News

Remember design excellence for community mailboxes, says RAIC

17 January 2014: Architectural News

Historic Cambridge post office due to transform

17 January 2014: Architectural News

Design, Cost and Return on Investment

16 January 2014: Architectural News

Canada brings Arctic architecture into the spotlight for Venice Biennale

16 January 2014: Societies

Toronto Society of Architects Annual General Meeting and Nominations

16 January 2014: Societies

TSA Year-end Bash 2013 Recap

16 January 2014: Architectural News

Support Canada at the world’s most important and prestigious architecture exhibition!

15 January 2014: Architectural News

Madeline Arakawa Gins, Visionary, Is Dead at 72

15 January 2014: OAA News

OAA looks for insight on sustainable building

15 January 2014: Architectural News

Five architectural firms short listed for Vancouver Art Gallery project

15 January 2014: Architectural News

Architects and the construction cycle

15 January 2014: Architectural News

Architects use patient-centred design to take fear, frustration out of trip to the hospital

15 January 2014: Architectural News

‘Walking is fundamental to our survival’: Chief city planner aims to make Toronto more pedestrian-friendly

14 January 2014: Architectural News

Real Estate Resolutions 2014: Toronto’s industry pros reveal the goals they think the market should set this year

14 January 2014: Societies

The London Architecture Series

10 January 2014: Architectural News

KPMB makes Vancouver Art Gallery’s architect shortlist

08 January 2014: Architectural News

Wyandotte Town Centre Hosts Windsor World Marketplace Design Competition!

07 January 2014: Architectural News

International Holcim Awards for Sustainable Construction

06 January 2014: Architectural News

2014 Azrieli School Graduate Exhibition and Open House

03 January 2014: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Velta Baumanis

02 January 2014: Architectural News

Submissions to the 2014 AZ AWARDS now open

30 December 2013: Architectural News

Op-Ed: How the city should choose consultants

30 December 2013: All News

Jane's Walk Book Now Available

23 December 2013: Architectural News

City mulls streamlined development approval process

20 December 2013: Architectural News

Toronto firms tops for Winnipeg hut designs

20 December 2013: Architectural News

Architecturally exposed steel still has challenges

20 December 2013: Architectural News

Adaptive reuse of older buildings helps meet density requirements, says expert

20 December 2013: Architectural News

Toronto architect releases music album

20 December 2013: OAA News

Potential hiring quotas overshadow infrastructure act

19 December 2013: Architectural News

Ottawa likely to see more big wooden buildings like one that burned in Kingston

19 December 2013: Architectural News

Major design revisions included in newly published ASHRAE standard

19 December 2013: Architectural News

Warming hut design winners announced

17 December 2013: Architectural News

Gregory H. Woods Tribute

17 December 2013: Architectural News

Call for proposals for the 2014 Annual Institute on the Library as Place

17 December 2013: Web News

OAA Web News

13 December 2013: Architectural News

Thier + Curran Architects transform Hamilton strip club to housing and cultural space

13 December 2013: Architectural News

Bruce Kuwabara named CCA Chair of the Board of Trustees

11 December 2013: Architectural News

An Emergency Shelter That’s Open Source and Locks Together Like Legos

11 December 2013: Architectural News

Record numbers nominated for wood awards

11 December 2013: OAA News

Streamline site plan process: Ontario architects

11 December 2013: Architectural News

This Is Not A Toy Kickstarter campaign in support of the Design Exchange

10 December 2013: Architectural News

The 5 most influential buildings in Toronto

10 December 2013: Architectural News

Concrete awards recognize Ontario’s best

10 December 2013: Architectural News

Panel Discussion Tackles Designing for Diversity

10 December 2013: Architectural News

A Buzz-Worthy Installation in Toronto

09 December 2013: Architectural News

City of Oshawa invites urban design nominations

06 December 2013: OAA News

Mortgage Paid in Full

05 December 2013: Architectural News

The annual city-sponsored awards honour London developers and architects

05 December 2013: Architectural News

Phyllis Lambert steps down as chair of Canadian Centre for Architecture

05 December 2013: Architectural News

Why Toronto and Waterloo are Hooking Up

05 December 2013: Architectural News

Speaker Op: Grade 2, Mississauga South

05 December 2013: Architectural News

STEALTHY MODERN CABIN IN ONTARIO

05 December 2013: Architectural News

CDAO appears before all-party committee reviewing Metrolinx

05 December 2013: Architectural News

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST 2014/15 CONNECTING DIVIDED PLACES

04 December 2013: Architectural News

Bank of Canada renewal plan stirs controversy

04 December 2013: Architectural News

CNU President John Norquist to Step Down After a Decade

04 December 2013: Architectural News

Winners of Warming Huts Art + Architecture Competition announced

03 December 2013: OAA News

Call for Sustainable Case Studies

03 December 2013: Architectural News

Long-term infrastructure act locks in commitment

03 December 2013: Architectural News

New home build pushes envelope in energy efficiency

03 December 2013: Architectural News

Teeple Architects leads transformation of Shaw Street School into Artscape Youngplace

03 December 2013: Architectural News

The most beautiful in the land

03 December 2013: Architectural News

The 5 most influential buildings in Toronto

03 December 2013: Architectural News

Buildings rise to environmental, artistic challenges

03 December 2013: Architectural News

Ontario Wood WORKS! Award Winners Announced: Sustainable, cost-saving wood solutions just the beginning

03 December 2013: Architectural News

IIDEX Canada to Co-Locate with Construct Canada in 2014 to create The Buildings Show

02 December 2013: Architectural News

Glen Murray wants a smarter Ontario

02 December 2013: Architectural News

The Condo Game

02 December 2013: Societies

OAA President Bill Birdsell attending the 2013 London Urban Design Awards

02 December 2013: Societies

HBSA Members At Renew Hamilton Learning Forum

29 November 2013: OAA News

Architect says we can design a better future

28 November 2013: Architectural News

Masonry of five heritage buildings in Hamilton honoured

28 November 2013: Architectural News

Infrastructure a cornerstone of Ontario economic update

28 November 2013: Architectural News

5 free things to do in Montreal

28 November 2013: Architectural News

A city can’t ‘demolish its way to success,’ architect warns

27 November 2013: Architectural News

In Eb Zeidler’s world, architecture is ‘everything’

27 November 2013: Architectural News

Don’t bait and switch, councillors tell Arts Court architect

27 November 2013: Architectural News

Toronto could learn from Boston’s Big Dig: Hume

27 November 2013: Architectural News

Aga Khan’s pluralism centre wants to rent former war museum out for offices

27 November 2013: Architectural News

Architect Brad Skinner taps into the rhythms of nature to make spaces — and the people who live in them — come alive

27 November 2013: Architectural News

City bans door knobs

26 November 2013: Architectural News

Quadrangle Architects Win Universal Design Award

22 November 2013: Architectural News

2013 London Urban Design Awards

22 November 2013: Member News

Call for submission to the TSA Year-end Bash 2013 Yearbook

22 November 2013: Architectural News

Southport condo development to enliven Halifax's south downtown

21 November 2013: Architectural News

Winners of 2013 OPPI Excellence in Planning Awards announced

21 November 2013: OAA News

Giant ceramic tiles and glued timbers: The architect’s toolbox goes high-tech

20 November 2013: Architectural News

Southport condo development to enliven Halifax's south downtown

20 November 2013: Architectural News

Call for entries to the 2014 Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition

20 November 2013: OAA News

Elliott Lake panels asked about tightening rules of professional engineering

20 November 2013: Architectural News

Roundtable discussions help shape Inquiry recommendations

20 November 2013: Architectural News

Inquiry roundtable urges sharing of structural information

18 November 2013: Societies

TSA Year-end Bash 2013

15 November 2013: Architectural News

RAIC honours His Highness the Aga Khan with 2013 Gold Medal

13 November 2013: All News

Ontario affordable housing waiting lists still climbing

12 November 2013: OAA News

Winners of the 2013 Hamilton Urban Design and Architecture Awards

11 November 2013: OAA News

Does curved furniture make you feel relaxed and hopeful? You’re not alone

11 November 2013: Architectural News

Architect Gordon Ridgely brought out the best of Georgian style

11 November 2013: Architectural News

Paul Reichmann: The genius who reshaped the world’s skylines

11 November 2013: Architectural News

Ontario must take urgent action on unpaid internships

11 November 2013: Architectural News

How Toronto planners ensure mediocrity

07 November 2013: Architectural News

The true costs of suburban sprawl

05 November 2013: OAA News

OAA delivers site plan approval recommendations

04 November 2013: Architectural News

2013 CUI Brownie Award winners

01 November 2013: Architectural News

A year after Hurricane Sandy, Toronto architects design a home to endure

01 November 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Manfred Gitt

01 November 2013: OAA News

GTA growth and the role of site plan approvals

31 October 2013: All News

Why a sloped roof revival’s taking shape

30 October 2013: OAA News

Design institute will lessen brain drain and enhance downtown Sudbury

30 October 2013: OAA News

Opening the door to wood-framed mid-rise projects

30 October 2013: Architectural News

Rye launches new architecture gallery

30 October 2013: Architectural News

Diamond Schmitt's award-winning living wall

29 October 2013: All News

Canadian architect designs in China to boost brand at home

29 October 2013: OAA News

Gary Switzer on the Site Plan Review Process

29 October 2013: All News

Why architects are touting metal roofs for urban dwellers

28 October 2013: OAA News

Alnwick/Haldimand Public Library Celebrates Library Week With Exciting New Additions To The Architecture Collection!

25 October 2013: Architectural News

City honours fresh, innovative approaches in Urban Design Awards

24 October 2013: OAA News

2013 CUI Brownie Awards Results

24 October 2013: OAA News

OAA+2030 Professional Education Series

22 October 2013: Architectural News

OAA releases first report quantifying the cost of site plan approval process in Ontario

22 October 2013: Architectural News

Slow planning approvals cost economy millions, architects warn

18 October 2013: Architectural News

2013 Sustainable Design Awards Winners Announced

18 October 2013: OAA News

Ontario Architects call on province to issue best practices on site approval

18 October 2013: OAA News

It’s awfully hard to enforce site plans

18 October 2013: OAA News

2013 Ottawa Urban Design Award Winners

17 October 2013: OAA News

The OAA Reveals Another Key to Affordability

17 October 2013: Architectural News

Winners of the 2013 Toronto Urban Design Awards

17 October 2013: OAA News

Site plan delays costly to condo industry: report

16 October 2013: Architectural News

A century of reading and sharing celebrated at Bloor/Gladstone library

16 October 2013: Architectural News

Toronto and Hamilton switch prince-and-pauper roles

15 October 2013: All News

Last Call to Register for [re] Windsor - OPPI Fall Dinner Meeting

15 October 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Aleksandar Petričić

15 October 2013: Member News

Opportunity to Mentor Internationally Educated Professionals in Architecture

15 October 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Mendel Greenberg

13 October 2013: OAA News

5,000 Socks Hung for the Homeless at Nuit Blanche

11 October 2013: Member News

Do You Own, Plan to Start or Work for a Small Practice in the Ottawa Area?

11 October 2013: OAA News

OAA Vice President Sheena Sharp on the costs of site plan approval delays

11 October 2013: OAA News

OAA Report: The delay of a site plan approval costs more than you think

11 October 2013: OAA News

Site Plan Symposium

11 October 2013: OAA News

Architectural leader: Windsor should repurpose old buildings

11 October 2013: OAA News

City hall must show the way: Leading architect

11 October 2013: OAA News

Pricey Delays

10 October 2013: Architectural News

Mau helps architecture students see possibilities

10 October 2013: OAA News

5,000 Socks Hung for the Homeless at Nuit Blanche

10 October 2013: OAA News

Respect past but move forward, architect says praising Dunfield Theatre, city hall

09 October 2013: Architectural News

Canada’s new architecture school: Inspired by nature to fuel a northern spirit

09 October 2013: Architectural News

Will Alsop’s bold design for North Toronto condo draws barbs

09 October 2013: Architectural News

Crosstown LRT project reveals — and respects — Eglinton's history

09 October 2013: Architectural News

Mirvish heading to OMB in bid to save Gehry condo project

09 October 2013: Architectural News

Can Motor City provide lessons in renewal to Hamilton?

09 October 2013: Architectural News

Canadian firms design two out of three winning solutions in the AIA Designing Recovery Competition

08 October 2013: Architectural News

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada welcomes project submissions for In-Context Video Series

08 October 2013: Architectural News

World Architecture Festival Winners 2013

08 October 2013: Architectural News

Lower Yonge Precinct Planning

08 October 2013: Architectural News

Brookings Institute’s Jennifer Bradley talks cities in TO: Hume

08 October 2013: Architectural News

Toronto’s chief planner, Jennifer Keesmaat, challenges Mirvish/Gehry scheme: Hume

07 October 2013: OAA News

Historicist: Beaux Arts Eclecticism

04 October 2013: All News

2013 Sustainable Design Awards

04 October 2013: Member News

Call for Members – Hamilton’s First Design Review Panel

03 October 2013: All News

Renew Hamilton Learning Forum

03 October 2013: Architectural News

Don’t miss your opportunity to qualify for Infrastructure Ontario’s new Vendor of Record lists

03 October 2013: Architectural News

MSI Wins ARIDO Award For Restoration And Adaptive Reuse “The Phoenix Rises” With ARIDO Award Of Merit

02 October 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Carlos Alberto Ventin

02 October 2013: Memoriams

Heritage architect Carlos Ventin helped Ontarians value their past: Hume

02 October 2013: Architectural News

The tyranny of the lowest price

01 October 2013: OAA News

BLOG: DIALOG principal Antonio Gomez-Palacio on infrastructure investment and major city rapid transit projects at Canadata 2013

01 October 2013: OAA News

Help! My kid wants to be an architect!

01 October 2013: Architectural News

Toronto well on way to becoming bargain basement of a city: Hume

01 October 2013: OAA News

An era’s buildings face the wrecking ball

01 October 2013: Architectural News

Museum of Nature talk, Lansdowne site tour among the events of Architecture Week

01 October 2013: Architectural News

10 to see at Nuit Blanche

01 October 2013: OAA News

Raymond Moriyama honoured at 2013 LG Innovators' Ball

26 September 2013: Member News

Opportunity to Mentor Internationally Educated Professionals in Architecture

26 September 2013: All News

Call for Design Success Stories

26 September 2013: All News

Evolve Sustainable Design Competition

26 September 2013: Architectural News

Mississauga towers named the world's best skyscraper

26 September 2013: Architectural News

2013 CUI Brownie Awards Finalists Announced

25 September 2013: Architectural News

Call for presenters for RAIC | MAA Festival of Architecture 2014

25 September 2013: All News

Toronto Architecture Tours: last chance for tickets

25 September 2013: Architectural News

Canadian building permits shoot to record as shopping mall and office building projects go through the roof

24 September 2013: Architectural News

Toronto hopes to revitalize its many postwar highrises

24 September 2013: OAA News

Fulford: Architect Eberhard Zeidler’s autobiography is by his own design

23 September 2013: Architectural News

Don’t miss your opportunity to qualify for Infrastructure Ontario’s new Vendor of Record lists

16 September 2013: OAA News

Architecture students will get jobs, prez says

16 September 2013: OAA News

Do you like architecture? Let this inspire you

13 September 2013: OAA News

ConEd OBC Sessions Available across Ontario this Fall

13 September 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Gordon Ridgely

13 September 2013: Architectural News

‘You are history. You are legend.’ Canada’s last Spanish Civil War vet dies

10 September 2013: OAA News

Free Registration for 2013 IIDEX Reminder

06 September 2013: All News

Registration Open for [re] Windsor Inspiration and Intervention in a Downtown Campus

05 September 2013: OAA News

OAA President Bill Birdsell on CBC Radio

05 September 2013: Architectural News

Tour the Laurentian University School of Architecture

04 September 2013: Architectural News

Ryerson Selects Architects Perkins+Will to Design Church Street Development

04 September 2013: Architectural News

Laurentian University School of Architecture Marks Grand Opening

02 September 2013: OAA News

Laurentian School of Architecture opens Wednesday

26 August 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Peter Stokes

23 August 2013: OAA News

Eglinton crosstown needs local architecture: OAA

22 August 2013: Member News

2013 OAA Committee Vacancies

21 August 2013: Architectural News

Eco-Roof Incentive Program Accepting Applications

19 August 2013: Architectural News

Tender call coming for Laurentian U second phase

Phase 2 of the new school of architecture at Sudbury’s Laurentian University will incorporate 65,000 square feet of new construction. Cross-laminated timber will be installed in the west wing of the structure.

12 August 2013: Architectural News

Linebox, Larchwood team up to create responsible modern infill

09 August 2013: Architectural News

Eglinton-Crosstown mega-contract raises safety concerns

08 August 2013: OAA News

Eglinton Crosstown LRT Stirs Controversy with Local Firms and OAA

08 August 2013: OAA News

Metrolinx mega-contract too big, say builders and architects

08 August 2013: Architectural News

Downtown stories retold on architecture walk

08 August 2013: Architectural News

How should we rebrand Canada on the world stage?

07 August 2013: OAA News

Domtar buildings need heritage protection, architect says

06 August 2013: Architectural News

Metrolinx creating $6.7B LRT ‘mega-project’ too expensive for smaller, local contract bids: critics

06 August 2013: OAA News

Local Architects Want in on LRT Action

02 August 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Alexander Rankin

01 August 2013: Press Releases

$4 Billion Eglinton Crosstown Mega Project Squeezes Ontario Architects Out of Design Process and Limits Potential for Eglinton Avenue

31 July 2013: Press Releases

Bundling Crosstown Project Wastes Tax Dollars

30 July 2013: Web News

OAA Web News

30 July 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Gastons Korulis

30 July 2013: Press Releases

No Savings With Eglinton crosstown Bundled: CDAO

23 July 2013: Member News

Dundurn Publishes Ambitious Art Book by Renowned Architect Eberhard Zeidler

19 July 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Gregory H. Woods

19 July 2013: Architectural News

City Calls for Nominations for the 32nd Annual Mississauga Urban Design Awards

18 July 2013: Architectural News

Historicist: The Colonnade’s City Within A City

17 July 2013: Architectural News

CS&P Architects to design flagship Humanities & Social Sciences facility for McMaster University

12 July 2013: Architectural News

CALA Update

11 July 2013: OAA News

Brook Mcilroy First Design Practice Recognized By The Canadian Council For Aboriginal Business

08 July 2013: Architectural News

Ontario to Increase Accessibility, Boost Economy

03 July 2013: Architectural News

Cabin Creative: How Stealthy, Trapezoid Clear Lake Cottage Won the Minds of the Ontario Association of Architects

03 July 2013: Architectural News

Ontario Cottage Exudes 'Inside-of-a-Canoe' Warmth

03 July 2013: Architectural News

10 Reasons Toronto May Yet Have a Shot at Greatness: Hume

03 July 2013: Architectural News

Stantec Architecture | KPMB Architects - HDR Architecture + Diamond Schmitt Architects: Bridgepoint Health Active Healthcare Opened June 25, 2013

03 July 2013: Architectural News

Ontario Place Will Create New Urban Park and Waterfront Trail

03 July 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Paulus Barel

21 June 2013: Architectural News

Architect Tony Coombes Helped Reshape Toronto’s Core

21 June 2013: Architectural News

Celebrated Toronto Art Deco Tower Victim of Growth

21 June 2013: Architectural News

Ontario Teachers' New Headquarters an Architectural Lesson

20 June 2013: Architectural News

Could High-rises be built of Wood?

19 June 2013: Architectural News

MMAH Annual Client Satisfaction Survey (2012-13)

13 June 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Marco Frascari

13 June 2013: Architectural News

‘Blue Sky’ Design Ideas for Crumbling Gardiner Unveiled

12 June 2013: Architectural News

University of Calgary Honours Work of Raymond Moriyama

12 June 2013: Architectural News

PLANT Architect Wins EDRA Great Places Award

12 June 2013: Architectural News

Three Canadian Firms Featured in Atlas of the Unbuilt World Exhibition

12 June 2013: Architectural News

U of T Releases New Design for Architecture School

12 June 2013: Architectural News

New School of Architecture for the University of Toronto

12 June 2013: Architectural News

U of T to Transform Iconic Landmark into New School of Architecture

11 June 2013: Architectural News

Ontario Library Association announces recipients of the OLA New Library Building Awards

The Ontario Library Association is proud to announce the winners of the 2013 OLA New Library Building Awards -- to encourage and showcase excellence in the architectural design and planning of libraries in Ontario.

11 June 2013: Member News

Diamond & Schmitt Architects: How stimulus funding pushed firm to new heights

Mary Teresa Bitti in the 13/06/10 edition of the National Post interviews Architect Don Schmitt about the firms growing global reach.

10 June 2013: All News

TTC Volunteer Opportunity for Expert Panel

10 June 2013: Architectural News

Call for Submissions for Liber Amicorum | Festschrift

05 June 2013: Architectural News

Ontario Professional Planners Institute - Volunteer Opportunity

03 June 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Demosthenes Maniates

28 March 2013: Architectural News

COMcheck 3.9.1. - ASHRAE Standard (90.1-2012)

28 March 2013: Architectural News

Architects change recycling habits with design

28 March 2013: OAA News

Winners of the 2013 OAA Awards announced

28 March 2013: OAA News

Cityscape

28 March 2013: OAA News

Media Coverage of the 2013 OAA Awards for the week of March 25, 2013

21 March 2013: Architectural News

Making the final three

The Spectator will profile each business nominated for a Hamilton Chamber of Commerce outstanding business award. There are three nominees in each of seven categories. The awards will be handed out at a gala March 25.

21 March 2013: Architectural News

New Guidelines aim to improve Toronto Green Roofs and the City

Toronto's City Planning division has produced a new resource called Guidelines for Biodiverse Green Roofs, detailing best practices for promoting biodiversity on green roofs in Toronto. Green roofs provide insulation for buildings, improve air quality and the quality of water runoff, and cut down on the urban heat-island effect.

21 March 2013: Architectural News

2013 RAIC Festival of Architecture

21 March 2013: Press Releases

Ontario Association of Architects Announces 2013 Award Winners and Opens Voting for People's Choice Award March 27 - April 15

21 March 2013: OAA News

Ontario Association of Architects Announces 2013 Award Winners and Opens Voting for People's Choice Award March 27 - April 15

20 March 2013: OAA News

CDAO moving toward a formal body

The new chair of the Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario (CDAO) hopes to see the organization become a formal body moving forward.

20 March 2013: OAA News

OAA Code of Ethics

19 March 2013: Architectural News

RAIC | Architecture Canada announces 2013 Young Architect Award recipient

RAIC is pleased to announce Maxime-Alexis Frappier, MIRAC, as the recipient of its 2013 Young Architect Award.

19 March 2013: Architectural News

share it! IIDEX 2013 Call for Presentations Now Open

Share your insight and knowledge and make a difference in our industry by presenting a seminar at IIDEX Canada 2013. With over 3,500 conference attendees and 70+ sessions, IIDEX is widely recognized as an industry leader by providing thought provoking and insightful hands-on educational opportunities for the interior design, architectural, lighting, facility management and real estate communities.

19 March 2013: Architectural News

get better! The pursuit of better health and better healthcare design at lower costs per capita: Call for Presentations

18 March 2013: OAA News

One step forward, but how many steps back?

A Task Group at the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) says the new Toronto City-Wide Zoning By-law (CWZBL) virtually eliminates sustainable design elements such as green roofs and solar panels, discriminates against flat roof housing, and will require standard Toronto neighbourhood architecture to go before a City Committee to approve what will now be “a minor variance.”

13 March 2013: Architectural News

The 2013 Innovation By Design Awards Start Now!

Last year, Co.Design and Fast Company inaugurated the Innovation By Design Awards, a celebration of the year’s most inspiring design work. And now, I’m happy to tell you, it’s back! You can enter right now, by clicking here. We’ll be accepting entries until May 6th.

12 March 2013: Architectural News

World Architecture News Awards include Big Wins for TO and Canada

World Architecture News (WAN) recently announced the winners of the Retail and Leisure Interiors Awards 2012, the most illustrious interior awards around the globe. Whittled down from a bevvy of outstanding international submissions were a number of projects with a Toronto or Canada connection, representing a high percentage of the overall awards. Yay!

12 March 2013: Architectural News

Douglas Cardinal: Navigating life’s curves

In December 2009, at a press conference announcing expansion of the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health, Douglas Cardinal, one of Canada’s best-known architects, and his son Bret stood beside a model of the building, sharing credit for the design.

11 March 2013: Architectural News

RAIC | Architecture Canada announces 2013 Architectural Firm Award recipient

RAIC is pleased to announce Hariri Pontarini Architects as the recipient of its 2013 Architectural Firm Award.

02 March 2013: OAA News

Globe and Mail Announcement of New OAA President

The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) welcomes Bill Birdsell, B.E.S., B.Arch., OAA, MRAIC as its new President for 2013.

02 March 2013: Press Releases

New City Wide Zoning By-law

02 March 2013: Architectural News

Live Green Toronto Awards

Welcome to the City of Toronto's Live Green Toronto Awards! Join us in the search for Toronto's greenest:

01 March 2013: Architectural News

Ottawa Planning Committee approves the Briarcliffe Heritage Conservation District

26 February 2013: Architectural News

New Chair, Vice-Chair voted in to lead CDAO

23 February 2013: Architectural News

Call for Submission - Centennial Fund for Interns or Intern Architects

The College of Fellows Centennial Fund for Interns or Intern Architects, created with donations received from Members of the College of Fellows and RAIC members is now accepting submissions.

22 February 2013: Architectural News

Live Green Toronto Awards

A short video and a few words is all it takes to enter the City's Live Green Toronto Awards for a chance to win $2,500 and tell your great, green story on CP24.Throw your hat in the ring and you could be voted Toronto's greenest youth, individual, group, small business or corporation.

21 February 2013: Architectural News

Architectural Services Jobs in Canada have Consistently Outpaced the U.S.

The architectural and construction industries co-exist in a bound-at-the-hip relationship. Design work precedes on-site activity levels.

20 February 2013: Architectural News

Call For Papers: 2013 AIBC Annual Conference

The Architectural Institute of British Columbia, in partnership with the American Institute of Architects – Northwest & Pacific Region, invites submissions from those interested in speaking, participating in panel discussions or facilitating interactive workshops at their 2013 Annual Conference

02 February 2013: Architectural News

Six GTA buildings among 12 recipients of Governor General architecture awards

Six GTA buildings among 12 recipients of Governor General architecture awards by: Jodee Brown For Vaughan City Hall: The design for this building was inspired by a idea of having a civic campus on low-rise city buildings...

31 January 2013: All News

Former Minister of Municipal Affairs & Housing, Kathleen Wynne will be the next premier of Ontario

Former Minister of Municipal Affairs & Housing, Kathleen Wynne will be the next premier of Ontario Kathleen Wynne will be the next premier of Ontario after defeating Sandra Pupatello in the third ballot of voting at the Ontario Liberal leadership convention in Toronto...

26 January 2013: Architectural News

CaGBC Awards: Andy Kesteloo Memorial Student Project Award

CaGBC Awards: Andy Kesteloo Memorial Student Project Award competition is accepting applications for 2013 The Andy Kesteloo Memorial Student Project Award is in memory of Andy Kesteloo, a visionary green building advocate, who with humour, insight and passion shared his commitment for a sustainable earth...

25 January 2013: OAA News

New Council Executive Elected

New Council Executive Elected The Registrar certifies that the following officers have been elected by ballot...

23 January 2013: Architectural News

PLEA 2013 Sustainable Architecture for a Renewable Future - Call for Papers

PLEA 2013 Sustainable Architecture for a Renewable Future - Call for Papers The conference Call for Papersis now open for submissions...

22 January 2013: Architectural News

Three architects and architectural historian receive Order of Canada

Three architects and architectural historian receive Order of Canada OAA Members Brigitte Shim & Howard  Sutcliffe, James K...

22 January 2013: OAA News

Notice: Interruption of Service areas on the Website re: maintenance

Notice: Interruption of Service areas on the Website re: maintenance UPDATE 2:30 pm January 22, 2013: “Discover an Architect” web pages are now available...

15 January 2013: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Matthew Shuster

In Memoriam - Matthew Shuster SHUSTER, Matthew, Architect   October 28, 1947 - December 28, 2012  At his residence...

08 January 2013: Architectural News

MMAH Public Consultation on Building Code Accessibility Requirements Now Underway

The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH) is seeking your views on potential updates to accessibility requirements. Public consultation on these potential updates is now underway. Stakeholders and the public have until March 1, 2013, to submit comments.

04 January 2013: Architectural News

CaGBC Call for Papers closes January 11, 2013

CaGBC Call for Papers closes January 11, 2013 DEADLINE EXTENDED until January 11  Reminder: Call for Papers closes next week The Call for Papers for the CaGBC National Conference and Expo 2013 will CLOSE on Friday, January 11 at 5 p...

29 December 2012: Architectural News

City of London Urban Design Peer Review Panel

City of London Urban Design Peer Review Panel APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 25, 2013 The City of London is looking for qualified candidates to fill three vacant positions, one architect and two other professionals that influence the design of the built environment and are registered in their field; these fields include, in order of preference, landscape architecture, urban design, planning or other professional fields that influence the design of the built environment...

21 December 2012: Architectural News

Architects receive Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal from the Royal Canadian Academy Of Arts

Architects receive Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal from the Royal Canadian Academy Of Arts Congratulations to OAA members Johnson Chou, Gene Kinishita, helga plumb, stephen teeple, and barbara vogel...

21 December 2012: Architectural News

Perkins+Will Canada Wins IIDA Global Excellence Award for University of Toronto Mississauga Instructional Centre

Perkins+Will Canada Wins IIDA Global Excellence Award for University of Toronto Mississauga Instructional Centre The Toronto-based studio of Perkins+Will Canada has been honoured with a prestigious International Interior Design Association Global Excellence Award for its University of Toronto Mississauga Instructional Centre...

20 December 2012: Architectural News

2012 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence winners announced

2012 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence winners announced CONGRATULATIONS TO OAA FIRMS, architectsAlliance, MacLennan Jaunkalns Millar Architects, gh3, Zeidler Partnership Architects, and Renne Daoust Architects...

13 December 2012: Member News

Ottawa’s Urban Design Review Panel: Call for Members

Ottawa’s Urban Design Review Panel: Call for Members application deadline: January 28, 2013 The City of Ottawa is seeking three urban design professionals to serve as members of the Ottawa Urban Design Review Panel...

07 December 2012: Architectural News

Wood WORKS! Award Winners Announced

Wood WORKS! Award Winners Announced Congratulations to OAA firms and members, Farrow Dreessen Architect Inc...

07 December 2012: Architectural News

Ontario’s best in concrete awarded 

Ontario’s best in concrete awarded  Congratualtions to OAA firms Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects, gh3 architecture, Diamond Schmitt Architects, Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd...

07 December 2012: All News

Architectural Roundtable 2012

Architectural Roundtable 2012 Teach Me a Vision: Campus Architecture as a Driver of Perception Construct Canada November 28, 2012, Toronto – Peter Rigakos, Vice President, Reed Construction Data Canada, welcomed the audience and introduced Ian Chodikoff, the moderator for the 11th annual International Architectural Roundtable at the opening of Construct Canada ‘12...

06 December 2012: Architectural News

Take a bow: Diamond Schmitt Architects

Take a bow: Diamond Schmitt Architects Two cultural facilities designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects can take a bow...

06 December 2012: Architectural News

KPMB's Marianne McKenna: new Officer of the Order of Canada

KPMB's Marianne McKenna: new Officer of the Order of Canada Marianne McKenna, founding partner of KPMB, is invested as an Officer of the Order of Canada by Governor General David Johnston...

01 December 2012: Web News

OAA Web News

OAA Web News November 30, 2012 In this Issue: We have had some very positive response to the look and feel of the OAA’s new Website – however we have also had some technical problems regarding functionalityWe've been addressing the list of deficiencies and this summer undertook  a complete audit of the site...

01 December 2012: OAA News

OAA Election Results

OAA Election Results This is to advise that, as certified by the Registrar, the following architects have been elected by ballot to the Council of the Ontario Association of Architects for the term January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2015: In accordance with the Architects Act Regulations, R...

28 November 2012: Architectural News

Submissions for 2013 Scotiabank EcoLiving Awards in Business Leadership, Innovation and Student Leadership Now Open

Submissions for 2013 Scotiabank EcoLiving Awards in Business Leadership, Innovation and Student Leadership Now Open With rewards totalling $75,000, Scotiabank has announced the opening of submissions for the Scotiabank EcoLiving Awards, a unique Canada-wide awards program that recognizes businesses, innovators and students for excellence in the development of home energy-efficiency products, services and solutions...

27 November 2012: All News

HBSA Celebrate Toronto

HBSA Celebrate Toronto HONOURING THE PAST: LaunchinG THE FUTURE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29, 2012, Burlington, ON Start your holiday season off with great food, music and conversation with the individuals that helped to shape our community Thursday November 29, 20127:00 pm -9:00 pmBusiness Casual AttireSpencer's at the Waterfront1340 Lakeshore Rd...

27 November 2012: Architectural News

A Collective Voice for Great Architecture

A Collective Voice for Great Architecture MEDIA RELEASE November 13, 2012 The Northwestern Ontario Society of Architects (NWOSA), a not-for-profit organization, is a local chapter of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) acting as a collective voice for great local architecture...

27 November 2012: Architectural News

Infrastructure Ontario adopts project bundling framework 

Infrastructure Ontario adopts project bundling framework  By: PATRICIA WILLIAMS After a series of meetings with key stakeholders from the design and construction sectors, Infrastructure Ontario (IO) has adopted a six-point framework for the bundling of projects...

22 November 2012: Architectural News

2012 Vaughan Urban Design Awards announced

2012 Vaughan Urban Design Awards announced The winners of the 2012 Vaughan Urban Design Awards were recently revealed, recognizing local development initiatives that exemplify excellence and innovation in urban development in the City of Vaughan...

13 November 2012: Architectural News

Mission 2030 - The Path to Zero Building Waste, for Zero impact Growth

Mission 2030 - The Path to Zero Building Waste, for Zero impact Growth Celebrate change event follow-up, CRI COUNCIL Mision 2030 is a 'call for action' for the whole construction/design industry...

10 November 2012: Member News

Media Opportunity-Designing Schools of the Future

Media Opportunity-Designing Schools of the Future We are looking to speak to an Ontario architect involved in the design of schools...

09 November 2012: Architectural News

Call for Presenters

Call for Presenters 2013 NSAA / Architecture Canada | RAIC Festival of Architecture The deadline for proposals is December 17, 2012...

08 November 2012: Architectural News

Request for Proposals - Speakers for Alberta Association of Architects 2013 AGM 

Request for Proposals - Speakers for Alberta Association of Architects 2013 AGM  The Alberta Association of Architects will be hosting its Annual General Meeting and Professional Development sessions on Friday April 19, 2013 at the Shaw Conference Center in downtown Edmonton, Alberta...

08 November 2012: OAA News

CExAC seeks Exam Markers and Question Developers

CExAC seeks Exam Markers and Question Developers The Committee for the Examination for Architects in Canada (CExAC) would like to invite registered architects with at least 10 years of experience to apply to be part of the annual ExAC Marking and Score Setting Committee or the ExAC Question Development Committee...

07 November 2012: Press Releases

Ontario Association of Architects Announces Hamilton as Destination for Architects in 2015

Ontario Association of Architects Announces Hamilton as Destination for Architects in 2015 preview Ontario Association of Architects Announces 2015 Conference Destination DOWNLOAD  PDF

06 November 2012: Architectural News

University of Toronto Graduate Student Endowment Fund

University of Toronto Graduate Student Endowment Fund WZMH Architects and Oxford Properties further their commitment to city building in Canada and around the world through the creation of a new Graduate Student Endowment Fund...

01 November 2012: Member News

Media Op: Residential trends expert

Media Op: Residential trends expert DEADLINE: November 14, 2012 Trend Curve is looking for an expert to speak about the top 3-4 Ontario residential-housing style trends and the shifting allocation of space within homes...

01 November 2012: Memoriams

In Memoriam- Alan Davison Akitt

27 October 2012: OAA News

Request for Proposal

Request for Proposal Study: Site Plan Approval Process in Ontario The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), is inviting proposals from Proponents to complete a study regarding Site Plan Approval Process and Practices within the Province of Ontario...

27 October 2012: Architectural News

Architects waiting for things to look up again 

Architects waiting for things to look up again  By Michael Purvis  The recent “spurt” of government infrastructure spending has dried up, leaving architects – including those in the North – pining for a better way, says the president of the profession's provincial governing body...

27 October 2012: OAA News

Toronto architects look to infinity and beyond

Toronto architects look to infinity and beyond By Dave Leblanc Shame on you, Ontario Association of Architects...

27 October 2012: Member News

International Architectural Roundtable, Construct Canada

International Architectural Roundtable, Construct Canada RSVP by November 15 for free Admission to the Architectural Roundtable The 2012 International Architectural Roundtable, ‘Teach Me  a Vision: Campus Architecture as a Driver of  Perception’ will be taking place on November 28, 2012, 8:00-10:00 am at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building...

25 October 2012: Member News

University of Ottawa Opens New Academic Facility

University of Ottawa Opens New Academic Facility Faculty of Social Sciences consolidates under green roofs and a living wall The Faculty of Social Sciences Building at the University of Ottawa has opened...

25 October 2012: Architectural News

Architecture Canada | RAIC Awards of Excellence Call for Submissions

Architecture Canada | RAIC Awards of Excellence Call for Submissions Architecture Canada | RAIC announced its call for submissions / nominations for its awards this past Wednesday...

24 October 2012: Architectural News

Sketches from Canadian architects and designers

Sketches from Canadian architects and designers by: David Dick-Agnew  The iconic Moleskine sketchbook gets the Canadian treatment from eleven creative studios – including Bruce Mau, Yabu Pushelberg and Claude Cormier – whose doodles and intricate diagrams provide a glimpse into their creative processes...

23 October 2012: OAA News

ExAC Update

ExAC Update ExAC Authorization Letters required for access to the Exam ExAC Authorization Letters are being e-mailed to all registered Interns for the November 5 & 6, 2012 ExAC sessions...

19 October 2012: OAA News

The Future of Our City: The Vision

The Future of Our City: The Vision How Toronto might look in 2050 - Part 1 of a 5-part series Future of Toronto's financial district by Onespace Unlimited Inc...

19 October 2012: Architectural News

Ottawa Architectural Conservation Awards Call for Jury Members 

Ottawa Architectural Conservation Awards Call for Jury Members   The Planning and Growth Management Department is seeking expressions of interest from members of the heritage community to assist in the judging of the 2011/2012 Ottawa Architectural Conservation Awards...

19 October 2012: Architectural News

RAIC and SNC-Lavalin exchange re: ComplyWorks registration service

RAIC and SNC-Lavalin exchange re: ComplyWorks registration service At the end of September, Architecture Canada | RAIC wrote to Martin Lefebvre, Vice President, Facilities Management, of SNC-Lavalin O&M to clarify registration requirements for firms seeking to providing architectural services to Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) through the Alternative Forms of Delivery (AFD) program delivered by SNC-Lavalin O&M...

17 October 2012: Architectural News

Post-amalgamation Toronto still getting its act together

Post-amalgamation Toronto still getting its act together By: Christopher Hume You don’t have to love dogs to love dog walkers...

17 October 2012: OAA News

Looking at past architecture through the lens of modernism

Looking at past architecture through the lens of modernism By: DUNCAN MCALLISTER As part of the 2012 Nuit Blanche festival of all-night art, the Ontario Association of Architects staged their impressive multimedia exhibition at the Design Exchange, site of the old Toronto Stock Exchange...

13 October 2012: Member News

2012 Heritage Toronto Award Winners Announced

2012 Heritage Toronto Award Winners Announced William Greer Architectural Conservation and Craftsmanship Category Two theatres, one church and a book walked captured top honors at the 2012 Heritage Toronto Awards last night...

10 October 2012: Architectural News

Defence Construction Canada revamps evaluations 

Defence Construction Canada revamps evaluations  By: PATRICIA WILLIAMS  In consultation with the consulting engineering community, Defence Construction Canada (DCC) has revamped its approach to evaluating consultants’ proposals, making changes that in effect reduce “the unintended domination” of price as a factor in selection...

10 October 2012: OAA News

OAA responds to Public consultation on Proposed  Changes to the Accessibility Standards Regulation

OAA responds to Public consultation on Proposed  Changes to the Accessibility Standards Regulation The OAA responded to the Ministry of Community  and Social Services  request for public comment on the proposed amendments to the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation...

06 October 2012: Architectural News

David Mirvish and Frank Gehry unveil conceptual design to transform Toronto's Entertainment District

David Mirvish and Frank Gehry unveil conceptual design to transform Toronto's Entertainment District David Mirvish, founder of Mirvish Productions, and world-renowned architect Frank Gehry today unveiled the conceptual design for a mixed-use project that will transform Toronto’s downtown arts and entertainment district and advance the area’s future as a thriving cultural centre...

02 October 2012: Architectural News

David Mirvish and Frank Gehry to transform King St. strip into culture and condo complex

David Mirvish and Frank Gehry to transform King St. strip into culture and condo complex By Martin Knelman The development, expected to take four to seven years to construct, will sweep across six Mirvish-owned properties, some of which were once homes to restaurants opened by Ed Mirvish, David's father...

02 October 2012: Architectural News

Architecture school gets federal funding

Architecture school gets federal funding By: Northern Ontario Business staff FedNor Minister Tony Clement announced federal funding of $5 million for the Laurentian School of Architecture during a visit to Sudbury on Sept...

29 September 2012: Architectural News

International architect job find in Canada enhanced 

International architect job find in Canada enhanced  Internationally trained architects will be able to more readily find jobs in their fields in Canada as a result of a recently launched federally funded program...

28 September 2012: OAA News

Nuit Blanche in fashion

Nuit Blanche in fashion And Nuit Blanche in design By Andrew Sardone The Ontario Association of Architects takes over the trading floor at the Design Exchange (234 Bay, 416-363-6121, dx...

28 September 2012: OAA News

Nuit Blanche

Nuit Blanche PLAID’S PICKS FOR THIS YEAR’S OVERNIGHT ART FEST By Plaid Staff, Story by Erin LucuikFrom 7:03pm to sunrise Saturday, September 29th, artists will transform Toronto for the seventh installment of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche...

28 September 2012: OAA News

OAA’s Future of Architecture premieres at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

OAA’s Future of Architecture premieres at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche ONESPACE UNLIMITED INC...

28 September 2012: OAA News

This Saturday only: the future of architecture at the DX

This Saturday only: the future of architecture at the DX For one night in Toronto, the public is invited to engage in a new dialogue concerning space and place...

27 September 2012: OAA News

Take a peek at the future of architecture at Nuit Blanche

Take a peek at the future of architecture at Nuit Blanche Even if Nuit Blanche 2012 has an obvious pre-occupation with the end of things, there's at least one exhibition that's got its proverbial eyes fixed on the future...

27 September 2012: OAA News

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Toronto this Saturday!

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Toronto this Saturday! Nuit Blanche was originally conceived in Paris, France in 2002, in an attempt to bring contemporary art to the masses in public spaces...

27 September 2012: Architectural News

CALA Program Welcomes Foreign-Trained architects

CALA Program Welcomes Foreign-Trained architects The 11 provincial and territorial Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA), are pleased to announce the launch a program called the new Broadly Experienced Foreign Architects Program (BEFA)...

26 September 2012: Member News

City of Kingston Heritage Committee 

City of Kingston Heritage Committee  Call for Nominations The City of Kingston is looking for interested citizens to participate on the Municipal Heritage Committee...

26 September 2012: OAA News

ConEd Sessions on the 2012 OBCNow Available! 

ConEd Sessions on the 2012 OBCNow Available!  Continuing Education sessions on the 2012 OBC will be available in October in Toronto and Ottawa...

22 September 2012: OAA News

OAA Explores Architecture's Future at Design Exchange for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

OAA Explores Architecture's Future at Design Exchange for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche New concepts on the Future of Architecture will be showcased by the Ontario Association of Architects at the Design Exchange for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche on September 29th...

22 September 2012: Architectural News

CALA Program Welcomes Foreign Trained Architects

CALA Program Welcomes Foreign Trained Architects The eleven provincial and territorial Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA), are pleased to announce the launch a program called the new Broadly Experienced Foreign Architects Program (BEFA)...

22 September 2012: Architectural News

Government of Canada helps internationally trained architects build a better future

Government of Canada helps internationally trained architects build a better future The Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development, delivered a speech at a special ceremony to mark the official launch of Broadly Experienced Foreign Architects (BEFA) Program...

22 September 2012: Press Releases

OAA Explores the Future of Architecture inside the Design Exchange at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Sept 29

OAA Explores the Future of Architecture inside the Design Exchange at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Sept 29 You’re invited to the vision of the future on Saturday, September 29 from 7:00 pm – 7:00 am...

15 September 2012: Architectural News

2012 CUI Brownie Awards Finalists Announced

2012 CUI Brownie Awards Finalists Announced The Canadian Urban Institute is pleased to announce finalists for the 2012 CUI Brownie Awards, sponsored by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)...

14 September 2012: OAA News

Call for Tours for 2013 OAA Conference

Call for Tours for 2013 OAA Conference Submit your Proposal ideas Now! Deadline EXTENDED TO November 9, 2012 Have a great idea for a tour in the Toronto area? We want to hear from you! The OAA is also now soliciting tour proposals for possible inclusion in the 2013 OAA Conference program...

13 September 2012: OAA News

Conference 2013 - ConEd Call for Proposals

Conference 2013 - ConEd Call for Proposals deadline: EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 12, 2012 The OAA invites you to submit your proposal for a Continuing Education session at the 2013 Annual Conference...

12 September 2012: Architectural News

60th Annual P/A Awards

60th Annual P/A Awards The P/A Awards recognize unbuilt projects demonstrating overall design excellence and innovation...

12 September 2012: Member News

2012 National Urban Design Awards 

2012 National Urban Design Awards  Architecture Canada | RAIC, the Canadian Institute of Planners and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects in cooperation with Canadian municipalities, wish to promote public and private awareness of that role...

12 September 2012: Architectural News

Laurentian’s School of Architecture construction to showcase cross-laminated timber technology

Laurentian’s School of Architecture construction to showcase cross-laminated timber technology By: PATRICIA WILLIAMS A provincial investment of $350,000 through the province’s Centre for Research and Innovation in the Bio-Economy (CRIB) will help fund incorporation of cross-laminated timber technology (CLT) in the construction of Laurentian University’s new School of Architecture...

12 September 2012: Architectural News

MMAH Annual Client Satisfaction Survey (2011-12)

MMAH Annual Client Satisfaction Survey (2011-12) The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing’s Building and Development Branch is asking for your feedback on the work we have done over the past year...

11 September 2012: Member News

Storefronts for Architects 

Storefronts for Architects  By: John Hill  A noticeable trend in recent years is the growing number of architecture firms moving into ground-level storefronts — spaces formerly occupied by stores, restaurants, or other traditional storefront uses...

11 September 2012: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Frank Thomas Mill

In Memoriam - Frank Thomas Mill MILL, Frank Thomas, OAA Life Member It is with sadness that we announce the passing of our father and grandfather...

11 September 2012: Architectural News

RAIC members invited to participate in small and medium enterprise study

RAIC members invited to participate in small and medium enterprise study Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) is conducting a study of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) with experience in government procurement to: Understand barriers to supplier participation, current gaps between services offered and those required, and awareness of services currently available;Make improvements to the services provided by the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME);Provide a baseline for further study and analysis; andFacilitate comparison with other jurisdictions...

08 September 2012: Member News

Snoop behind closed doors

Snoop behind closed doors By: Jack Kohane Among Cabbagetown’s picture-perfect front gardens, shaded sidewalks, sizable semis and mammoth detached homes of every 19th-century architectural style — Gothic Revival, Queen Anne, Second Empire and bay and gable — 280 Carlton St...

05 September 2012: Architectural News

London,Ontario dome built to explore wind

London,Ontario dome built to explore wind By: MARY BAXTER Local storms, like the tornado that devastated Goderich, Ontario last year, are responsible for more than 65 per cent of wind-related damage in North America’s interior, says a University of Western Ontario engineering professor...

04 September 2012: Architectural News

Education Program on Highly Efficient Design Goes National

Education Program on Highly Efficient Design Goes National By:  Shelley D. Hutchins AIA Seattle’s AIA+2030 program has been so successful that the chapter is turning over management to Architecture 2030 for national implementation...

02 September 2012: OAA News

IIDEX Canada

IIDEX Canada Canada's Natinal Design + Architecture Exposition & Conference September 20-21, 2012 Direct Energy Centre, Toronto To view the Ontario Association of Architects on the Exhibitor/Sponsor List click here...

31 August 2012: Architectural News

Umbra’s high design in suburban industrial park

Umbra’s high design in suburban industrial park By: Christopher Hume Even Gertrude Stein would have approved...

30 August 2012: OAA News

OAA Sponsors Migrating Landscapes

OAA Sponsors Migrating Landscapes Migrating Landscapes was selected by a national juried competition as Canada’s official entry at the 2012 Venice Biennale in Architecture...

30 August 2012: Architectural News

The Venice Architecture Biennale Goes Open Source

The Venice Architecture Biennale Goes Open Source Kicking off next week, the 13th edition of the Venice Architecture Biennale, under the direction of renowned British architect David Chipperfield, explores the theme Common Ground...

30 August 2012: Architectural News

Evolve Sustainable Design Competition

Evolve Sustainable Design Competition The evolve Sustainable Design Competition brought to you by RBC and B+H Architects is a competition for architecture and engineering students to design a net-zero energy and water wise bank branch for the future...

30 August 2012: Member News

2012 OAA Committee Vacancies

2012 OAA Committee Vacancies DEADLINE: October 15, 2012 The following OAA Committees/Task Groups require your assistance:  Construction Contract Administration Committee (CCAC)Complaints CommitteeDiscipline CommitteeHonours & Awards Task GroupPractice CommitteeOAA Perspectives Editorial CommitteeYoung Architect Intern Forum (yAIF)Read below for more information about the role of each Committee and what is required as a Committee member...

28 August 2012: Architectural News

Venice Biennale 2012: Migrating Landscapes / Canada Pavilion

Venice Biennale 2012: Migrating Landscapes / Canada Pavilion By: Nico Saieh  We visited “Migrating Landscapes”, the installation at the Canada pavilion for the 13th Venice Biennale...

24 August 2012: Architectural News

Ontario WoodWORKS Awards

Ontario WoodWORKS Awards Time is running out!  Submit your FREE Application today! September 14th deadline! The Wood WORKS! Awards recognize the people and organizations pursuing excellence and innovation in wood design, advancing the use of wood in Ontario...

23 August 2012: Architectural News

Architects, engineers get break from OHSA culpability

Architects, engineers get break from OHSA culpability By: Julius Melnitzer The Ontario Court of Justice has ruled that limitation periods under the Occupational Health and Safety Act can begin to run much sooner against architects, engineers and other professionals than against employers...

22 August 2012: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Juris George Galdins

In Memoriam - Juris George Galdins GALDINS, Juris George, Former OAA Member Passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 16, 2012 at Kristus Darzs Latvian Home at the age of 70...

18 August 2012: OAA News

Volunteers needed for OAA Booth at IIDEX

Volunteers needed for OAA Booth at IIDEX The OAA will be hosting an Exhibitor booth at IIDEX Neocon Exposition this year which will take place September 20 & 21, 2012...

17 August 2012: Architectural News

It's the architecture that matters

It's the architecture that matters By: Leslie M. Klein I love my role as an architect and the experience of creating spaces that inspire...

17 August 2012: OAA News

Former Headquarters of the Ontario Association of Architects 

Former Headquarters of the Ontario Association of Architects  Rosedale’s hidden architectural gem By Christopher HumeThursday August 16, 2012It’s hard to believe now, but in 1954 when the Ontario Association of Architects opened its new headquarters at 50 Park Rd...

09 August 2012: OAA News

CALA Notice to Interns & Students

CALA Notice to Interns & Students August 9, 2012 Update: Canadian Content in the NCARB – ARE and the Canada/US Inter-Recognition Agreement...

06 August 2012: Architectural News

Unpaid internships are so hot right now

Unpaid internships are so hot right now By: Kevin MacNichol Design practitioners have many options...

04 August 2012: OAA News

Waterfront Toronto's Underpass Park Opens, Public Art Sculpture Mirage Unveiled

Waterfront Toronto's Underpass Park Opens, Public Art Sculpture Mirage Unveiled Internationally acclaimed artist and architect Paul Raff unveils permanent sculpture at Underpass Park’s opening...

04 August 2012: OAA News

Williamson Chong Architects receive Professional Prix de Rome

Williamson Chong Architects receive Professional Prix de Rome The Canada Council for the Arts has honoured Toronto-based Williamson Chong Architects with the $50,000 Professional Prix de Rome for their project entitled Living Wood...

03 August 2012: Architectural News

Renovation Nation: 72% of Canadians to overhaul their homes

Renovation Nation: 72% of Canadians to overhaul their homes By: Brenda McMillan Canadians are prodigious decorators and renovators...

02 August 2012: OAA News

Indicate your interest THIS WEEK for OAA exhibit at Nuit Blanche  

Indicate your interest THIS WEEK for OAA exhibit at Nuit Blanche   Get involved with the OAA’s exhibition project for Nuit Blanche at the Design Exchange, Toronto (September 29)...

01 August 2012: All News

Toronto’s new chief planner: Jennifer Keesmaat

Toronto’s new chief planner: Jennifer Keesmaat Keesmaat is a principal at dialog Jennifer Keesmaat will join the City of Toronto as chief planner in early September...

31 July 2012: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Joseph "Joe" P. Toth

In Memoriam - Joseph "Joe" P. Toth TOTH, Joseph "Joe" P., Architect, September 28, 1950 - June 22, 2012 61 years June 22, 2012, peacefully surrounded by his loving family...

24 July 2012: Architectural News

Toronto considers adopting CCDC2

Toronto considers adopting CCDC2 By: KELLY LAPOINTE A recent report to a City of Toronto committee recommends the adoption of CCDC2 but that could prove useless if the city’s procurement system is not fixed, says the president of the Ontario General Contractors Association (OGCA)...

21 July 2012: Architectural News

The University of Toronto Announces its new Global Cities Institute 

The University of Toronto Announces its new Global Cities Institute  TORONTO, ON — The John H...

21 July 2012: Architectural News

Significant challenges necessitate a creative approach to project located in an at-risk suburban community of Toronto.

Significant challenges necessitate a creative approach to project located in an at-risk suburban community of Toronto...

20 July 2012: Architectural News

AIBC member architects to use "Architect AIBC" as official title

AIBC member architects to use "Architect AIBC" as official title Registered architects in British Columbia who are members of the Architectural Institute of British Columbia will be required to use the title "Architect AIBC" after their name...

20 July 2012: Architectural News

It’s true: people don’t know what architects do

It’s true: people don’t know what architects do By: Max Thompson The public is largely ignorant of the work undertaken by architects according to shocking results of a new survey inspired by the AJ interview with Apprentice star Gabrielle Omar, writes Max Thompson A ‘shocking’ and ‘depressing’ new survey has revealed that the British public is largely ignorant of some of the key services offered by architects...

20 July 2012: Memoriams

In Memoriam- Dan Turnbull Dunlop 

In Memoriam- Dan Turnbull Dunlop  DUNLOP, Dan Turnbull, Architect, Life member OAA 1920 - 2012...

18 July 2012: OAA News

ConEd Sessions on the 2012 OBC 

ConEd Sessions on the 2012 OBC  Continuing Education sessions on the 2012 OBC will be available in August in Toronto and Ottawa...

14 July 2012: Architectural News

Colin Ripley Appointed New Chair of Ryerson Department of Architectural Science 

Colin Ripley Appointed New Chair of Ryerson Department of Architectural Science  July 6, Toronto- Press release The Department of Architectural Science at Ryerson University is pleased to announce the appointment of Colin Ripley as new departmental chair...

13 July 2012: Memoriams

In Memoriam- Thomas Ewing Blood

In Memoriam- Thomas Ewing Blood BLOOD, Ewing Thomas, Architect, January 27, 1935 - June 20, 2012 It is with enduring love and great sadness that we announce the death of Thomas Ewing Blood on June 20, 2012, in his 77th year, due to complications of heart surgery, and after a protracted 2 year recovery...

13 July 2012: OAA News

Media Op for Architects: Interiors for Azure magazine

Media Op for Architects: Interiors for Azure magazine Attention Architects and Designers!  Azure is looking for recently completed (and unpublished) residential and commercial interiors for their November/December issue...

13 July 2012: OAA News

OAA Member Liza Medek Named as the New RAIC Syllabus Director

OAA Member Liza Medek Named as the New RAIC Syllabus Director RAIC announced Liza Medek, MRAIC, as Director of the RAIC Syllabus Program...

09 July 2012: Architectural News

Communities clash with developers over mid-rise condo projects in the city

Communities clash with developers over mid-rise condo projects in the city By: Kristin Annable Standing in a gymnasium packed with about 200 people who live and work around Ossington Avenue, Benjamin Hellie, a professor at the University of Toronto, told developers they were out to destroy his neighbourhood...

06 July 2012: Architectural News

RAIC announces award in honour of Moriyama

RAIC announces award in honour of Moriyama Architecture Canada | RAIC and the RAIC Foundation have announced a major new award in architecture called the Moriyama RAIC International Prize...

06 July 2012: OAA News

Intern Architects: Sign up to Receive Important Info!

Intern Architects: Sign up to Receive Important Info! Interns are encouraged to complete the attached form in order to receive notice on upcoming YAIF activities...

05 July 2012: Architectural News

New institute aims to increase construction innovation

New institute aims to increase construction innovation By: RICHARD GILBERT The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) is in the early stages of establishing a new research institute to promote innovation in the industry...

04 July 2012: Architectural News

Call for Abstracts for the 14th Canadian Conference on Building Science and Technology

Call for Abstracts for the 14th Canadian Conference on Building Science and Technology TORONTO 2014 Buildings for tomorrow The 14th Canadian Conference on Building Science and Technology, to be held October 28-30, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario, is now inviting Abstracts...

01 July 2012: OAA News

At one with nature

30 June 2012: Architectural News

CIGI campus wins architectural award

CIGI campus wins architectural award The Royal Institution for British Architecture awarded Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects with the International Award for Architecture  for their work on the Centre of International Governance Innovation campus...

30 June 2012: Architectural News

The Best of Waterloo

The Best of Waterloo By Jordan Ercit The Shops in Uptown WaterlooThe City of Waterloo tipped its hat to the best in local architecture with the reinstated urban design awards...

30 June 2012: Architectural News

Preservation and the Town of Goderich, Ontario Tornado

Preservation and the Town of Goderich, Ontario Tornado BY Christopher Borgal OAA MRAIC CAHPSOURCE:  OBOA JOURNAL, June 2012 In August of 2011, I was encouraged by colleagues in the heritage community from across Canada to assist in any way I could with the aftermath of the tornado in Goderich, Ontario...

29 June 2012: Architectural News

Philadelphia to Require Energy Benchmarking

Philadelphia to Require Energy Benchmarking Trending Sustainable news: energy and water consumption   By: Alexandra RicePhiladelphia’s commercial buildings may become more competitive in their energy and water consumption, or so city council members hope after passing legislation to establish energy benchmarking...

28 June 2012: Member News

Media Op: French Radio Interview "Concrete" with CBC Windsor

Media Op: French Radio Interview "Concrete" with CBC Windsor DEADLINE: by 1:30 pm TODAY, OR JUNE 28 BY 10:30 am Topic:Charles Levesque from CBC French Windsor...

28 June 2012: OAA News

OAA/OGCA liaise with City of Toronto on CCDC 2 

OAA/OGCA liaise with City of Toronto on CCDC 2  After months of cooperative consultations between our associations (with the assistance of RCCAO) and the City of Toronto, a report will go forward to Committee...

27 June 2012: OAA News

OAA/OGCA Reach Agreement with the City of Toronto

OAA/OGCA Reach Agreement with the City of Toronto IMPROVING THE PROCUREMENT PROCESS June 26, 2012OGCA Newsletter After months of cooperative consultations between our associations (with the assistance of RCCAO) and the City of Toronto, a report will go forward to Committee this Wednesday...

27 June 2012: Architectural News

Architecture what is it good for?

Architecture what is it good for? NEED TO DEFINE THE REALISTIC VALUE ARCHITECTS ADD By Steve Boulton, MRAIC Director Representing Intern & Intern Architects, Architecture Canada | RAIC The definition of what architects are and the work they do seems to be a strong unifying question across the industry...

26 June 2012: Architectural News

PRESTIGIOUS NEW AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURE ENDOWED BY RAYMOND MORIYAMA, FRAIC 

PRESTIGIOUS NEW AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURE ENDOWED BY RAYMOND MORIYAMA, FRAIC  OTTAWA - JUNE 25, 2012   Architecture Canada | RAIC and the RAIC Foundation are proud to announce a major new award in architecture called the Moriyama RAIC International Prize...

22 June 2012: Member News

Diamond Schmitt big winners in 2012 Pug Awards

Diamond Schmitt big winners in 2012 Pug Awards by: PATRICIA WILLIAMS Diamond Schmitt Architects swept the commercial/institutional building category in the eighth annual Pug Awards, nabbing the top three spots in the people’s choice awards for architecture...

21 June 2012: OAA News

Diamond Schmitt Architects Win the Academic Leadership Award for Green Building Innovation

Diamond Schmitt Architects Win the Academic Leadership Award for Green Building Innovation Source: Canadian interiors...

21 June 2012: Architectural News

Green Building Map

Green Building Map Greater Toronto Chapter Canada Green BuiLding Council  The Greater Toronto Chapter Canada Green Building Council has put together an ever-evolving interactive map of Ontario's green building landscape...

19 June 2012: Architectural News

Toronto parking lot wins international award

Toronto parking lot wins international award By: Christopher Hume Never let it be said that Toronto goes unnoticed by the wider world...

16 June 2012: OAA News

Diamond Schmitt Architects Sweeps the PUG Awards

Diamond Schmitt Architects Sweeps the PUG Awards Toronto’s people’s choice for architecture  TORONTO – The eighth annual PUG Awards presented last night in Toronto garnered Diamond Schmitt Architects an unprecedented sweep in the Commercial Building category, taking all three citations for three distinct building types...

15 June 2012: Architectural News

2011 LEED Canada Buildings in Review 

2011 LEED Canada Buildings in Review  SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT: The public record of all LEED-CerTified projects The third annual series of the LEED® Canada Buildings in Review Supplement, produced by SABMag is now available...

13 June 2012: Architectural News

Migrating Landscapes Aeroplan Campaign

Migrating Landscapes Aeroplan Campaign Migrating Landscapes and Architecture Canada | RAIC are partnering with Aeroplan Beyond Miles to help support Canada at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale...

08 June 2012: Press Releases

Design Excellence Takes Stage at the Ontario Association of Architects Awards Gala

Design Excellence Takes Stage at the Ontario Association of Architects Awards Gala preview Design Excellence Takes Stage at the OAA Awards Gala  FRIDAY MAY 11 Post Award Advisory DOWNLOAD  PDF

08 June 2012: OAA News

Pit Stop, Oakville Transit Building featured in World Architecture News (WAN)

Pit Stop, Oakville Transit Building featured in World Architecture News (WAN) Bortolotto is excited to announce that Pit Stop, Oakville Transit Building has been featured in World Architecture News (WAN)...

07 June 2012: OAA News

Media Opportunity

Media Opportunity Architectural Styles: Doors and Windows Opportunity: 15 minute telephone interviewTopic: Architectural Styles of Door and Window SurroundsDeadline: June 10, 2012 For more information contact:Kelly PutterKelly Putter Writing and Editing Services kellyputter@cogeco...

07 June 2012: Architectural News

RBC Centre is Largest LEED New Construction Project in Canada

RBC Centre is Largest LEED New Construction Project in Canada Toronto’s RBC Centre, a 42-storey office tower located downtown, across from Roy Thomson Hall, was recently certified by the Canada Green Building Council as the Nation’s largest LEED for New Construction project...

07 June 2012: OAA News

Windscape Transforms Public Square for Luminato

Windscape Transforms Public Square for Luminato Installation has dancing windsocks and billowing blue banner TORONTO – An architecture firm more accustomed to creating superb performance spaces than taking centre stage unveils Windscape at the Luminato Festival (June 8-17) in Toronto...

06 June 2012: All News

The OAA Construction Contract Administration Committee (CCAC) Announces the Winner of a Gift Certificate from Mark’s

The OAA Construction Contract Administration Committee (CCAC) Announces the Winner of a Gift Certificate from Mark’s Congratulations to Tenny Vasilyan, an Intern Architect at Farrow Partnership Architects Inc...

05 June 2012: Architectural News

Sister Margaret Smith Centre first LEED® Gold facility in north-western Ontario

Sister Margaret Smith Centre first LEED® Gold facility in north-western Ontario Source: SAB MAGazine...

05 June 2012: OAA News

OAA Member/Practice Survey Results 

OAA Member/Practice Survey Results  The OAA retained the services of a strategic and planning market research firm to gather and interpret member, practice and intern information and perceptions in an online survey in late fall of 2011...

05 June 2012: Architectural News

Ontario Green Policy Hub

Ontario Green Policy Hub AN ONLINE RESOURCE FOR SUSTAINABILITY POLICIES The Ontario Green Policy Hub (OGPH) is an initiative of the Greater Toronto Chapter of the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) as the one-stop, searchable on-line resource for sustainability policies by Ontario municipalities...

01 June 2012: OAA News

2013 Profiles - Call for submissions 

2013 Profiles - Call for submissions  Get your ‘Urban Design’ article published Would you like to publish an article in this year’s OAA Profiles Directory?  The theme for the 2013 edition of Profiles is “Architects Shaping Cities” – how Ontario architects positively influence Urban Design...

31 May 2012: Architectural News

Manitoba Hydro Place recieves LEED Platinum Certification 

Manitoba Hydro Place recieves LEED Platinum Certification  source: canadian journal of green building and design Manitoba Hydro Place recieves LEED Platinum Certification making the downtown office the most energy efficient office tower in North America...

31 May 2012: Architectural News

2012 Canadian Green Building Award Winners Announced 

2012 Canadian Green Building Award Winners Announced  The jury of the 2012 Canadian Green Building Awards selected seven winning projects from a total of 56 entrants submitted from Whitehorse to Halifax...

26 May 2012: Architectural News

Donnelly Centre Honoured for 'Excellence'

25 May 2012: OAA News

Congratulations to Raymond Masters on Lifetime Heritage Achievement Award

Congratulations to Raymond Masters on Lifetime Heritage Achievement Award Source: The windsor star, may 24 2012 Windsor resident whose 60 year love affair with architecture, and whose own works can be seen across the city and beyond, was honoured Tuesday night with a lifetime heritage achievement award...

23 May 2012: Architectural News

Healthy Design Alternatives Create New Architecture Trend

20 May 2012: OAA News

+HOUSE by Superkül

16 May 2012: OAA News

The SPLIT House by Superkül

16 May 2012: Architectural News

UTM Building Named Best by Ontario Association of Architects

16 May 2012: All News

2012 Conference Survey

2012 Conference Survey DEADLINE: MAY 25, 2012 Below is the link to our first annual post conference survey...

12 May 2012: OAA News

The Ontario Association of Architects honours Raymond Moriyama and more than 30 other winners

The Ontario Association of Architects honours Raymond Moriyama and more than 30 other winners May 11th, 2012Raymond Moriyama, one of Canada's most respected, talented and humanistic architects will take the stage tonight at the Museum of Civilization for The Ontario Associations' (OAA) Annual Awards Gala, as the award recipient of the OAA's Lifetime Design Achievement Award...

11 May 2012: OAA News

The Ontario Association of Architects Honours Raymond Moriyama ... and More Than 30 Other Winners

11 May 2012: OAA News

Cottage’s Design Nabs Top Award

11 May 2012: Architectural News

Tweaking Lawren Harris's Art Deco Home in Toronto

11 May 2012: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Emmanuel Peter Vichos

In Memoriam - Emmanuel Peter Vichos ADA Architect is deeply saddened to inform the Architectural and Construction community of the passing of Emmanuel Vichos, principal architect and founding partner...

10 May 2012: OAA News

Architect Bill Lett Sr. Receiving Landmark Award from Ontario Association of Architects

10 May 2012: OAA News

Architect Bill Lett Sr. receiving Landmark Award from Ontario Association of Architects

09 May 2012: Architectural News

City's Creative Buildings Snag Esteemed Architecture Awards

09 May 2012: Architectural News

Archives Among Design Winners

09 May 2012: OAA News

Procurement Day

Procurement Day Fifteen members of the OAA participated along with approximately another one hundred design, construction, and procurement professionals in King City, ON in April, 2012 for Procurement Day...

05 May 2012: OAA News

Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse awarded for architectural design

Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse awarded for architectural design May, 2012 The Sisters of St...

05 May 2012: OAA News

Raymond Moriyama is the Recipient of OAA’s 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award 

Raymond Moriyama is the Recipient of OAA’s 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award  May 4, 2012 By: Patricia Williams Considered one of Canada’s most respected architects, Raymond Moriyama is the recipient of the 2012 lifetime design achievement award from the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA)...

04 May 2012: OAA News

Moriyama Gets Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Lifetime Achievement Award

02 May 2012: OAA News

Donnelly Centre Honoured for 'Excellence'

Donnelly Centre Honoured for 'Excellence' May, 2012 One of Mississauga’s architectural icons has been awarded a design excellence award...

02 May 2012: OAA News

Mulmur Home Earns Architecture Award

Mulmur Home Earns Architecture Award May 1, 2012 The Ontario Association of Architects recently recognized a Mulmur home for its design excellence...

01 May 2012: OAA News

OAA Announces Design Excellence

01 May 2012: Architectural News

Mulmur Home Earns Architecture Award

01 May 2012: OAA News

Bluepoint architect wins Canadian prize

Bluepoint architect wins Canadian prize April 30, 2012 Detail of the fishing-boat-inspired wooden curves that helped Paul Raff Studio win the Ontario architecture award...

01 May 2012: OAA News

Mulmur Home Earns Architecture Award

30 April 2012: OAA News

Bluepoint Architect Wins Canadian Prize

30 April 2012: OAA News

WINNERS: Kingston residents recognized

29 April 2012: OAA News

Ontario Association of Architects announces 2012 Award winners

Ontario Association of Architects announces 2012 Award winners April 28, 2012 Representing the best in architectural design and innovation, winners of the 2012 Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Awards include both emerging new talent and some of the province’s most established architecture firms...

28 April 2012: OAA News

Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse awarded for architectural design

25 April 2012: Member News

Newsfront: Architectonics

25 April 2012: Architectural News

OCAD U celebrates green design in the student-run Sustainable Design Awards

OCAD U celebrates green design in the student-run Sustainable Design Awards Green Space App, Sustainable Library and Public Transit Food System designs take top honours    (Toronto—April 23, 2012) Three projects have shared top prize in the 2012 Sustainable Design Awards, a student-conceived and led design competition that challenges young designers to approach their projects through the lens of ecological sustainability and social consciousness...

25 April 2012: OAA News

Ontario Association of Architects awards honour design, innovation

Ontario Association of Architects awards honour design, innovation April 24, 2012By: Patricia Williams The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) has honoured the best in architectural design and innovation in its 2012 awards program...

24 April 2012: OAA News

OAA Honours Architectural Design and Innovation

24 April 2012: OAA News

Ontario Association of Architects Awards Honour Design, Innovation

24 April 2012: Member News

SUSTAINABLE.TO AND GREENBILT HOMES RECOGNIZED FOR HEALTHY HOUSING PRACTICES

SUSTAINABLE.TO AND GREENBILT HOMES RECOGNIZED FOR HEALTHY HOUSING PRACTICES TORONTO, May 3, 2012 – Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) honoured SUSTAINABLE...

21 April 2012: OAA News

TACT recognized by Ontario Association of Architects as best emerging practice

TACT recognized by Ontario Association of Architects as best emerging practice April 20, 2012BY: Patricia Williams Early in their careers, architects Prishram Jain and Michael Krus recognized the fundamental importance of striking a balance between achieving design excellence and cost efficiencies on behalf of clients...

20 April 2012: OAA News

TACT Recognized by Ontario Association of Architects as Best Emerging Practice

20 April 2012: OAA News

The OAA is now on Twitter

The OAA is now on Twitter It’s true!  There is now a twitter icon on the  top right hand corner of the homepage...

20 April 2012: OAA News

2012 OAA AWARDS

2012 OAA AWARDS April 19, 2012 Congardulation to Teeple Architects, Superkül and Kongats Architects for their 2012 Design Excellence Awards...

19 April 2012: OAA News

Health sciences complex wins design excellence award

Health sciences complex wins design excellence award April 18, 2012by: Jane Stirling The Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex has been named a 2012 “design excellence” winner by the Ontario Association of Architects...

19 April 2012: OAA News

2012 OAA AWARDS

18 April 2012: OAA News

Today is your last chance to vote for the 2012 OAA Awards' People's Choice Winner!

Today is your last chance to vote for the 2012 OAA Awards' People's Choice Winner! A Jury chose 15 buildings to receive OAA Design Excellence Awards and now it's your turn to chose your favourite new building, designed by Ontario Architects...

18 April 2012: OAA News

Health sciences complex wins design excellence award

17 April 2012: OAA News

Voting Now Open for the 2012 OAA People’s Choice Award! Vote for Ontario’s best new building by Tuesday, April 17

Voting Now Open for the 2012 OAA People’s Choice Award! Vote for Ontario’s best new building by Tuesday, April 17 April 17, 2012 Running until Tuesday, April 17, the public is encouraged to vote online, by visiting http://tinyurl...

16 April 2012: OAA News

Voting Now Open for the 2012 OAA People’s Choice Award!

14 April 2012: OAA News

Doors Open kicks off April 28 in Guelph

Doors Open kicks off April 28 in Guelph Doors Open Ontario is a province-wide event when buildings of architectural, historic, cultural and social significance open their doors to the public...

14 April 2012: OAA News

OAA Awards

OAA Awards April 13, 2012 DAS congratulates Maya Janikowski, a recent graduate from our Masters of Architecture Program for winning an Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Award...

13 April 2012: OAA News

OAA 2012 Award Winners Announced

OAA 2012 Award Winners Announced April 12, 2012 The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) recently announced the 2012 award winners, representing the best in architectural design and innovation in the province...

13 April 2012: OAA News

OAA Awards

12 April 2012: OAA News

OAA 2012 Award Winners Announced

12 April 2012: OAA News

OAA Building receives a good rating

OAA Building receives a good rating AIR LEAKAGE TEST CONDUCTED MONDAY NIGHTNUMBERS ARE FAR LOWER THAN 'CRITICAL' LEVELS View slideshow for highlights of the testToronto, April 10, 2012 – More than 30 members came to OAA Headquarters, 111 Moatfield Drive Monday night to witness the Air Leakage Test administered by Halsall Engineering as part of the building program...

12 April 2012: OAA News

Voting is my duty

Voting is my duty April 11, 2012Gale Beeby The awards season is upon us … and it seems everybody wants to know what we think...

12 April 2012: OAA News

OAA Announces Design Winners and Polls Open for People's Choice Awards

OAA Announces Design Winners and Polls Open for People's Choice Awards April 11, 2012Alex Corey The Ontario Association of Architects is an important architectural body within the province, guiding architectural standards and promoting excellence...

12 April 2012: OAA News

‘Regina Gateway’ sculpture wins prestigious architecture award

‘Regina Gateway’ sculpture wins prestigious architecture award April 10, 2012Will Chabun, Leader-Post The "Regina Gateway" sculpture was installed at the intersection of Lewvan Drive and Regina Avenue last August...

12 April 2012: OAA News

OAA Announces Design Winners and Polls Open for People's Choice Awards

OAA Announces Design Winners and Polls Open for People's Choice Awards april 11, 2012by alex corey The Ontario Association of Architects is an important architectural body within the province, guiding architectural standards and promoting excellence...

12 April 2012: OAA News

Bay Adelaide Centre, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Vaughan City Hall among architecture award winners

Bay Adelaide Centre, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Vaughan City Hall among architecture award winners april 11, 2012 As you might expect, GTA projects dominated the 2012 Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Awards...

12 April 2012: OAA News

Congratulations to The OAA 2012 Award Winners!

11 April 2012: Press Releases

ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS ANNOUNCES 2012 AWARD WINNERS

ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS ANNOUNCES 2012 AWARD WINNERS preview ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS ANNOUNCES 2012 AWARD WINNERS DOWNLOAD  PDF

11 April 2012: Press Releases

Voting Now Open for the 2012 OAA People’s Choice Award!

Voting Now Open for the 2012 OAA People’s Choice Award! Vote for Ontario’s best new building by Tuesday, April 17...

11 April 2012: OAA News

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE OAA 2012 AWARD WINNERS!

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE OAA 2012 AWARD WINNERS! APRIL, 2012CONGRATULATIONS TO THE OAA 2012 AWARD WINNERS!Representing the best in architectural design and innovation, winners of the 2012 Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Awards include both emerging new talent and some of the provinces’ most established architecture firms...

11 April 2012: OAA News

'Regina Gateway' structure wins architecture award

'Regina Gateway' structure wins architecture award The sculpture outside Regina's airport has puzzled some people since it was first unveiled but this week it was recognized with a prestigious award...

11 April 2012: OAA News

OAA Announces Design Winners and Polls Open for People's Choice Awards

11 April 2012: OAA News

Bay Adelaide Centre, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Vaughan City Hall among architecture award winners

10 April 2012: OAA News

'Regina Gateway' Structure Wins Architecture Award

10 April 2012: Architectural News

The "Regina Gateway" Sculpture was Installed at the Intersection of Lewvan Drive and Regina Avenue Last August.

10 April 2012: Architectural News

Regina Sculpture Wins Prestigious Award from Ontario Association of Architects

08 April 2012: Architectural News

Behind the closed doors of Toronto’s most stunning sacred spaces

Behind the closed doors of Toronto’s most stunning sacred spaces April 7, 2012Ian Merringer (Deborah Baic/THE GLOBE AND MAIL) Shri Swaminarayan Mandir temple Peter Holmes opens a door at the back of Yorkminster Park Baptist Church near Yonge and St...

06 April 2012: OAA News

Architectonics

Architectonics Photo by Tom ArbanDrew Mandel Architects’ restoration of Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris’s circa-1930 art deco-inspired manse in Forest Hill is among this year’s Ontario Association of Architects Award winners...

06 April 2012: Architectural News

McCaul is seriously underwhelming

McCaul is seriously underwhelming April 5, 2012 Christopher HumeSTAR COLUMNIST Architecture critic Christopher Hume moves beyond the condo to look at other forms of residential design in Toronto...

05 April 2012: OAA News

Canal chalets, new city archives and convention centre among design-award winners

Canal chalets, new city archives and convention centre among design-award winners By ROSS FITZGERALD, The Ottawa Citizen Ottawa Convention Centre, Ottawa, ON...

05 April 2012: All News

While you can choose your browser…may we recommend Google Chrome?

While you can choose your browser…may we recommend Google Chrome? The Website has been designed for the following browsers: Internet Explorer 7...

05 April 2012: OAA News

Donnelly building lauded by architects

Donnelly building lauded by architects April 4, 2012 The Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex, opened last November on the campus of the University of Toronto Mississauga, is one of 15 buildings recognized this year for design excellence by the Ontario Association of Architects...

05 April 2012: Architectural News

Old cinema gets heritage designation

Old cinema gets heritage designation Paradise Theatre site could be adapted if certain historic elements are preserved By Tristan CarterApril 4, 2012TRISTAN CARTER/TOWN CRIERHERE TO STAY: The designation of the site of the former Paradise Cinema on Bloor Street West near Dufferin Street means the building’s marquee and art deco façade will continue to grace the neighbourhood for years to come...

05 April 2012: OAA News

A Look Inside the Award-Winning James Bartleman Archives Building

A Look Inside the Award-Winning James Bartleman Archives Building by travor pritchard  Yesterday was a big day for the new city archives building: not only was it officially renamed the James Bartleman Archives and Library Materials Centre, in honour of Ontario's first Aboriginal Lieutenant Governor, but it was also recognized by the Ontario Association of Architects as one of the best new examples of design in the province...

05 April 2012: OAA News

Canal chalets, new city archives among design-award winners

Canal chalets, new city archives among design-award winners Source: www.architectural-designs...

05 April 2012: OAA News

Awards for Rideau Canal Chalets and Convention Centre

Awards for Rideau Canal Chalets and Convention Centre By Josh Pringle, april 4, 2012 The controversial chalets on the Rideau Canal Skateway are being honoured by the Ontario Association of Architects...

05 April 2012: OAA News

Vaughan city hall architects score design award for project

Vaughan city hall architects score design award for project by caroline grech, april 4, 2012 Vaughan’s new city hall has received a design accolade...

04 April 2012: OAA News

Awards for Rideau Canal Chalets and Convention Centre

04 April 2012: OAA News

Canal Chalets, New City Archives Among Design-Award Winners

04 April 2012: OAA News

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE OAA 2012 AWARD WINNERS!

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE OAA 2012 AWARD WINNERS! Representing the best in architectural design and innovation, winners of the 2012 Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Awards include both emerging new talent and some of the provinces’ most established architecture firms...

04 April 2012: Architectural News

National winners of Migrating Landscapes competition for the Venice Biennale recently announced

National winners of Migrating Landscapes competition for the Venice Biennale recently announced April 3, 2012 The national winners of the Migrating Landscapes competition were recently announced to a crowd of 250 people at the opening reception of the National Exhibition of Migrating Landscapes at the Winnipeg Art Gallery...

04 April 2012: OAA News

Azure Magazine features 2012 OAA Conference Event Preview

Azure Magazine features 2012 OAA Conference Event Preview Click here for full article...

04 April 2012: Architectural News

Donnelly Building Lauded by Architects

04 April 2012: Architectural News

A Look Inside The Award Winning James Bartleman Archives Building

04 April 2012: OAA News

Event preview: OAA Conference

Event preview: OAA Conference Source: www.azuremagazine.com, April 2, 2012 The OAA Conference, held in Ottawa next month, will bring together architects from across Ontario to discuss the latest buildings strategies, technologies and sustainable designs...

04 April 2012: OAA News

A Look Inside The Award Winning James Bartleman Archives Building

04 April 2012: OAA News

Convention Centre, Rideau Canal Skateway Chalets Also Receive Awards

04 April 2012: All News

Vaughan city hall architects score design award for project

04 April 2012: OAA News

Vaughan city hall architects score design award for project

03 April 2012: OAA News

Event Preview: OAA Conference

03 April 2012: OAA News

Ontario Association of Architects Announces 2012 Award Winners

03 April 2012: OAA News

Ontario Association of Architects announces 2012 award winners

Ontario Association of Architects announces 2012 award winners April 2, 2012 Representing the best in architectural design and innovation, winners of the 2012 Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Awards include both emerging new talent and some of the province’s most established architecture firms...

03 April 2012: OAA News

Ontario Association of Architects announces 2012 award winners

Ontario Association of Architects announces 2012 award winners source: Canadianarchitect...

02 April 2012: OAA News

Ontario Association of Architects Announces 2012 Award Winners

02 April 2012: Architectural News

Royal Conservatory's TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning wins international urban planning and design award

Royal Conservatory's TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning wins international urban planning and design award April 1, 2012Royal Conservatory's TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning...

02 April 2012: OAA News

Congratulations to the OAA 2012 Award Winners!

Congratulations to the OAA 2012 Award Winners! Source: www.thearchitectlink.ca, April 2012 Representing the best in architectural design and innovation, winners of the 2012 Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Awards include both emerging new talent and some of the provinces’ most established architecture firms...

28 March 2012: Architectural News

CDAO is Encouraged that the Government of Ontario Continues to Protect Infrastructure Investment Levels in the 2012 Budget

CDAO is Encouraged that the Government of Ontario Continues to Protect Infrastructure Investment Levels in the 2012 Budget March 27, 2012 The Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario (CDAO) is pleased to see that the Government of Ontario is preserving the planned level of infrastructure investment - $35 billion over three years...

23 March 2012: Architectural News

Design Centre set for grand opening

Design Centre set for grand opening Thursday March 22, 2012Jessy BainsBiz/Tech Reporter Humber’s design students will have the opportunity to hob-knob with industry professionals at the new Design Centre’s grand opening at North campus...

23 March 2012: Architectural News

Don't knock down that 50-year-old building; re-skin it

Don't knock down that 50-year-old building; re-skin it GRANT BUCKLER - The Globe and MailBuilt just after the Second World War, the Toronto Now House was one of thousands of small homes thrown up to address a postwar housing shortage...

23 March 2012: Architectural News

How public-private partnerships affect the business of architecture

How public-private partnerships affect the business of architecture March 22, 2012GREG MECKBACHdigital media editorThe trend towards public-private partnerships (P3) in large institutional construction projects is changing the way architecture firms work with other companies, according to a panelist at a recent conference...

22 March 2012: Architectural News

Galleries take it outside this summer

Galleries take it outside this summer City galleries plant seed for new ideas on how to design local, outdoor share spaces Billy JacksonGalleries take it outside this summer...

26 February 2012: OAA News

ConEd Sessions on the 2012 OBC 

ConEd Sessions on the 2012 OBC  Continuing Education sessions on the 2012 OBC are now available in various cities over the next several months...

25 February 2012: OAA News

Rebanks Pepper Littlewood Archtects Inc. chosen for Niagara Regional Police Headquarters  

Rebanks Pepper Littlewood Archtects Inc. chosen for Niagara Regional Police Headquarters   February 23, 2012 - Niagara this week Regional politicians have selected an architect to design the planned new Niagara Regional Police headquarters, as well as new detachments for Niagara Falls and St...

25 February 2012: OAA News

Architect Mary Jane Finlayson rarely designs houses

Architect Mary Jane Finlayson rarely designs houses FEBRUARY 23, 2012, A COUTURE HOME ON A TORONTO RETAIL STRIP, BY DAVID LASKER, GLOBE AND MAIL, 1621 Dundas West, renovation by Mary Jane Finlayson, partner at Toronto’s Sweeny Sterling Finlayson &Co Architects Inc...

25 February 2012: Architectural News

Tall, thin, curvy, gorgeous - and heating the winter sky

Tall, thin, curvy, gorgeous - and heating the winter sky February 24, 2012, by Lisa Rochon, Globe and Mail Jeff Vinnick for the Globe and Mail "Glass faced buildings in downtown Vancouver"At night, they glitter, they sparkle, they stand as quintessential beacons of futurism...

23 February 2012: Architectural News

CDAO News Release: Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario Welcomes Drummond Report

CDAO News Release: Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario Welcomes Drummond Report February 16, 2012 The Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario (CDAO) welcomes the release of the Drummond Report...

08 February 2012: Architectural News

Donate to the Enid and Rod Robbie Memorial Fund

Donate to the Enid and Rod Robbie Memorial Fund   In memory of artist Enid Robbie, AOCA '73 and Rod Robbie, co-architect of the Sharp Centre for Design, The Enid and Rod Robbie Memorial Fund has been established to support print-making students at OCAD University...

02 February 2012: OAA News

Quadrangle Welcomes New Leaders

Quadrangle Welcomes New Leaders Appointees demonstrate commitment to growth and professional expertise Toronto, ON...

02 February 2012: Architectural News

Jason Tsironis wins the Canada Council for the Arts' Prix de Rome in Architecture for Emerging Practitioners

Jason Tsironis wins the Canada Council for the Arts' Prix de Rome in Architecture for Emerging Practitioners McGill University School of Architecture graduate Jason Tsironis has been named the 2012 winner of the Canada Council for the Arts' Prix de Rome in Architecture for Emerging Practitioners...

01 February 2012: OAA News

The Globe and Mail's new home in Toronto is being designed by award-winning Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects (KPMB)

The Globe and Mail's new home in Toronto is being designed by award-winning Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects (KPMB) january 31, 2012 Canada's national newspaper announces plans to build a new headquarters  TORONTO, Jan...

26 January 2012: Architectural News

Design Exchange Exhibit - Call For Submissions

Design Exchange Exhibit - Call For Submissions Curators Effie Bouras, PhD and Professor Ghyslaine McClure, P...

26 January 2012: All News

Diamond Schmitt ranked among top 100 global architecture firms

Diamond Schmitt ranked among top 100 global architecture firms January 25, 2012 The 2012 ranking of architecture firms compiled by Building Design, the UK-based journal, places Diamond Schmitt Architects among the top 100 companies...

26 January 2012: Architectural News

7 Ontario Architects received NCDA Awards

7 Ontario Architects received NCDA Awards January 26, 2012 The Niagara Community Design Awards recipients were announced at the Four Points by Sheraton in Thorold...

24 January 2012: OAA News

New Council Executive Elected

New Council Executive Elected At the first meeting of Council on January 19, Sheena Sharp and Bill Birdsell were acclaimed OAA President and Senior Vice-President and Treasurer for a second term...

24 January 2012: All News

Speaking Op: Design Charrettes

Speaking Op: Design Charrettes barrie Campus, Georgian Collegesustainable Construction course We are looking for a volunteer who has participated and better yet has lead a charrette for a sustainable building type project to come and present to the students to provide some anecdotal information on the do's and don’ts of a charrette...

24 January 2012: OAA News

CALA Notice to Interns & Students

CALA Notice to Interns & Students The Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA) released the following bulletin on January 16, 2012 regarding the inclusion of Canadian content in the Architect Registration Exam (ARE)...

24 January 2012: Member News

Speaker Op: Charrettes 

Speaker Op: Charrettes  BArrie, OntarioGEorgian college This is a Volunteer Opportunity to Speak to Georgian College students in Barrie about Design Charrettes Georgian College is looking for someone who has participated and better yet has lead a charrette for a sustainable building type project to come and present to the students to provide some anecdotal information on the do's and don’ts of a charrette...

20 January 2012: OAA News

Media Op: Semi-detached Residential Projects in Toronto

Media Op: Semi-detached Residential Projects in Toronto NATIONAL POST If you have a story about a quirky, Toronto semi-detached residential project, the National Post would like to hear from you...

19 January 2012: Architectural News

Royal Conservatory nominated for international urban planning and design award

Royal Conservatory nominated for international urban planning and design award january 18, 2012 Telus Centre for Performance and Learning is by Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects...

17 January 2012: Memoriams

In Memoriam - David Christopher Stevens

In Memoriam - David Christopher Stevens STEVENS, David Christopher, Life Member, MRAICIt is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of David Christopher Stevens in Victoria, BC...

12 January 2012: Architectural News

Public Consultation on Changes to LEED Canada for Homes Energy Requirements 

Public Consultation on Changes to LEED Canada for Homes Energy Requirements  Since 2009, nearly 2000 homes across the country have been registered under LEED Canada for Homes...

06 January 2012: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Roderick Robbie

In Memoriam - Roderick Robbie ROBBIE, Roderick, Architect, O.C., LL.D., OAA, FRAICSeptember 15, 1928 - January 4, 2012 The attached Eulogy was written on behalf of Ryerson University to acknowledge the lifetime contributions of Roderick Robbie...

05 January 2012: OAA News

Long Standing Members Recognized

Long Standing Members Recognized Congratulations to the following members who were recognized as Long Standing members, awarded to those who have been members of the Ontario Association of Architects for at least 50 years:Edward J...

01 January 2012: OAA News

Bruce Kuwabara appointed as an Officer to the Order of Canada

Bruce Kuwabara appointed as an Officer to the Order of Canada GoveRnor general announces 66 new appointments to the order of canada December 30, 2011 OTTAWA—His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, announced today 66 new appointments to the Order of Canada...

20 December 2011: OAA News

Fee Renewal Notices sent via e-mail this year

Fee Renewal Notices sent via e-mail this year important message: PLEASE LOCATE AND OPEN THE E-MAIL New for 2012 OAA Fee Renewal Notices were sent to individual members and those with status, via e-mail on December 1 and 6, 2011...

17 December 2011: OAA News

Having Trouble Logging into the OAA Website?

Having Trouble Logging into the OAA Website? If you are a member and you are having problems logging in to your Continuing Education Transcripts, we recommend downloading Google Chrome as your Web browser...

15 December 2011: OAA News

Internship in Architecture Program (IAP) - Update 2

Internship in Architecture Program (IAP) - Update 2 Important Message for Principals, Supervising Architects, Mentors etc...

13 December 2011: Architectural News

George Baird is the 37th recipient of the AIA/ACSA Topaz Medallion

George Baird is the 37th recipient of the AIA/ACSA Topaz Medallion The Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education is awarded jointly by the AIA and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA), to an individual, who must be living at the time of nomination, who has spent at least a decade primarily involved in architectural education, and whose primary contribution to architectural education has been on the North American continent...

08 December 2011: OAA News

Architectural Roundtable - Construct Canada

Architectural Roundtable - Construct Canada ICONOGLASS Toronto November 30, 2011, Toronto – Peter Rigakos, Vice President, Reed Construction Data Canada, welcomed the audience and introduced Lisa Rochon, the moderator for the 10th annual International Architectural Roundtable at the opening of Construct Canada ‘11...

08 December 2011: OAA News

OAA Election Results

OAA Election Results Five Councillors have been elected for the January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2014 term; three are returning to OAA Council: Jerry Chlebowski, Sheena Sharp, and Andre Sherman; and we would also like to welcome two new Councillors: Toon Dreessen and David C...

30 November 2011: Architectural News

Congratulations to 2011 Canstruction Participants

Congratulations to 2011 Canstruction Participants Nineteen teams of architects and engineers and four teams of students competed to design and build structures completely out of canned food in the 13th annual design event...

30 November 2011: Architectural News

11th annual Wood WORKS! Celebration

11th annual Wood WORKS! Celebration An elite group of Ontario architects, engineers and project teams received design awards at the 11th annual Wood WORKS! celebration...

23 November 2011: Architectural News

MobiliTO Design Charette, November 12

MobiliTO Design Charette, November 12 Thank you to all participants In response to the lack of considered public debate surrounding the use of bike lanes in Toronto, the OAA co-sponsored,  with the Centre for Urban Ecology, a workshop that focused on complete street issues and included cyclists, motorists, transit users, shop owners, taxis drivers and couriers...

15 November 2011: OAA News

Throw-away Buildings: the slow-motion failure of Toronto’s glass condos

Throw-away Buildings: the slow-motion failure of Toronto’s glass condos Join CBC and Metro Morning for Mary Wiens' series Throw-away Buildings: the slow-motion failure of Toronto's glass condos...

10 November 2011: OAA News

Ontario Association of Architects announces New OAA Registrar, Nedra Brown

Ontario Association of Architects announces New OAA Registrar, Nedra Brown The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) is pleased to introduce Nedra Brown, as the new OAA Registrar...

03 November 2011: Memoriams

In Memoriam- Milutin Michael Kopsa

In Memoriam- Milutin Michael Kopsa KOPSA, Milutin Michael - June 11, 1922 - October 22, 2011 It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Michael M...

28 October 2011: Member News

Construct Canada- RSVP for free Admission to the Architectural Roundtable

Construct Canada- RSVP for free Admission to the Architectural Roundtable November 30, 2011 The 2011 International Architectural Roundtable, 'Iconglass’ will be taking place on November 30, 2011, 8:00-10:00 am at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building...

27 October 2011: OAA News

Nominations Received for Election of Members to Council

Nominations Received for Election of Members to Council Nominations for members to fill the vacancies on Council for the 2012 – 2014 term closed on Monday, October 24, 2011 at 4:30 p...

27 October 2011: Architectural News

Congratulations to Barry J. Hobin & Assoc. Architects Inc., Christopher Simmonds Architect Inc., & Linda Chapman Architect  winners of the 2011 Housing and Design Awards

Congratulations to Barry J. Hobin & Assoc. Architects Inc., Christopher Simmonds Architect Inc...

14 October 2011: Architectural News

Design Charette: Volunteer Opportunity for Architects

Design Charette: Volunteer Opportunity for Architects MobiliTO Design, Toronto, November 19  Are you interested in participating in the MobiliTO Design Charette? This one-day charette is being held to create and present a design of a mobility plan to City of Toronto Public Works and Infrastructure Committee...

14 October 2011: Architectural News

A Message from the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities 

A Message from the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities  licensing requirements across Canada The Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA) wishes to remind Architects intending to offer and/or provide architectural services in another Province/Territory, that you are required to meet the provincial/territorial requirements for licence and practice in that jurisdiction...

12 October 2011: Architectural News

2011 CUI Brownie Award Winners announced

2011 CUI Brownie Award Winners announced The 11th annual CUI Brownie Awards were presented at a Gala Dinner on October 5, 2011...

12 October 2011: OAA News

ConEd Sessions Available in Hamilton, Ottawa and Toronto

ConEd Sessions Available in Hamilton, Ottawa and Toronto Complete your CORE Requirements - Register Today! This may be of particular interest to OAA members who need additional CORE hours to complete their ConEd requirements by the deadline of December 31, 2011...

04 October 2011: Memoriams

In Memoriam- Peter Williamson-Hamilton

In Memoriam- Peter Williamson-Hamilton HAMILTON, Peter Williamson- passed away peacefully at home with his daughters by his side on Monday, August 22, 2011 in his 71st year...

24 September 2011: Architectural News

Levitt Goodman Architects to help shape “Landmark Building” for Laurentian School of Architecture

Levitt Goodman Architects to help shape “Landmark Building” for Laurentian School of Architecture SUDBURY, ON (September 20, 2011) – After a lengthy vetting process that began with more than 30 submissions, Laurentian University has selected a Design Team for Canada’s next School of Architecture...

23 September 2011: Web News

OAA Web News

OAA Web News In this Issue: We have been busy refining a number of areas on the Website before we proceed with launching new areas...

21 September 2011: All News

Part office building, part power plant 

Part office building, part power plant  SOURCE: Globe & Mail ONLINE, SeptEmber 19, 2011 Imagine: An office building with no carbon footprint It may seem like a tall order, but that’s the plan for the GreenLife Business Centre in Milton, Ont...

21 September 2011: Architectural News

Passive House Schism Leaves U.S. in Limbo 

Passive House Schism Leaves U.S. in Limbo  SOURCE: Green SOurce ONLINE The international Passive House Institute (PHI) has severed its ties with the Passive House Institute U...

20 September 2011: Member News

Institute for BIM in Canada seeks member input

Institute for BIM in Canada seeks member input The Institute for BIM in Canada (IBC) leads and facilitates the coordinated use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in the design, construction and management of the Canadian built environment...

14 September 2011: Architectural News

How Tall is Too Tall?

How Tall is Too Tall? RAW SEEKS Public Participation for harbourfront architecture exhibit launching sept...

09 September 2011: OAA News

Changes coming to the Intern Architect Program

Changes coming to the Intern Architect Program Primary Changes effective January 1, 2012                                     EXISTING PROGRAM CEASES JUNE 30, 2012 Improving and streamlining the program Over the past several years a national task force, established by the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA) composed of all eleven Provincial/Territorial architectural regulators, has been reviewing the IAP examining ways to improve and streamline the Program...

08 September 2011: OAA News

New architecture programs on offer at Carleton University 

New architecture programs on offer at Carleton University  September 3, 2011 Carleton University in Ottawa recently announced new MA and PhD graduate degrees in Architecture...

26 July 2011: Architectural News

Banff Session 2012 Cultural Context

Banff Session 2012 Cultural Context Call for Presenters Since 1952, an architectural conference known as the Banff Session has taken place in the beautiful Canadian Rocky Mountain setting of Banff, Alberta, Canada...

22 July 2011: Memoriams

In Memoriam- William George Chalmers

In Memoriam- William George Chalmers CHALMERS, William George- OAA Life Member, Architect William passed away peacefully at Ian Anderson House, Oakville on Wednesday, June 29, 2011, with loving family members by his side...

21 July 2011: OAA News

Congratulations Montgomery Sisam Architects

Congratulations Montgomery Sisam Architects On winning a Design & Health International Academy Award for the Sister Margaret Smith Addiction Treatment Centre in Thunder Bay, Ontario Sister Margaret Smith Addiction Treatment CentreDistributed at the International Academy for Design and Health's 7th World Congress and Exhibition recently held in Boston, the awards recognized Toronto-based Montgomery Sisam Architects for their achievement in designing environments for those with mental health and addictions issues - specifically the Sister Margaret Smith Addiction Treatment Centre in Thunder Bay, Ontario...

21 July 2011: OAA News

Kristi Doyle new executive director of Ontario Association of Architects

Kristi Doyle new executive director of Ontario Association of Architects PATRICIA WILLIAMSstaff writer The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) has appointed Kristi Doyle as its new executive director...

20 July 2011: Architectural News

Building Code Amended by O. Reg. 315/11 

Building Code Amended by O. Reg. 315/11  Energy Efficiency Update for Large Buildings – July 2011 The Building Code has been amended by Ontario Regulation 315/11, which was filed on June 27, 2011...

16 July 2011: Architectural News

Mabelle Community Design Charrette

Mabelle Community Design Charrette Call for Designers Friday, July 29th, 2011, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM The Design for Sustainability Workshop course at York University is organizing a community design charrette with the participation of Toronto Councillor Peter Milczyn and stakeholders in the Mabelle Tower neighbourhood in South Etobicoke...

09 July 2011: Press Releases

OAA Technology Program Announced

OAA Technology Program Announced preview OAAAS Press Release July 7, 2011 DOWNLOAD  PDF

09 July 2011: OAA News

Kristi Doyle appointed OAA Executive Director

Kristi Doyle appointed OAA Executive Director KRISTI DOYLEHONS. B.A. (PPA), HON...

09 July 2011: OAA News

OAA Technology Program Announced

OAA Technology Program Announced July 7, 2011 The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) announced that the Ontario Association for Applied Architectural Sciences (OAAAS), an association of technologists working in the architectural profession, has become the technology program of the OAA effective July 1, 2011...

06 July 2011: Architectural News

National Competition for Young Canadian Architects 

National Competition for Young Canadian Architects  FOR 2012 VENICE BIENNALE IN ARCHITECTURE Migrating Landscapes Competition The Migrating Landscapes Organizer (MLO) is pleased to announce an open ideas competition for young Canadian architects and designers...

01 July 2011: Web News

OAA Web News 

OAA Web News  June 30, 2011 In this Issue: We are currently improving areas of the Website before we proceed with launching new areas for members...

24 June 2011: OAA News

Canada Post Strike + OAA Services

Canada Post Strike + OAA Services Status: On Monday, June 20, the Federal Government tabled back-to-work legislation that would send locked-out Canada Post Employees back to work...

24 June 2011: Member News

Accessibility Standards for Customer Service (ASCS) Training Requirements

Accessibility Standards for Customer Service (ASCS) Training Requirements The Province of Ontario’s accessibility legislation requires that all ministries, municipalities, as well as designated boards, commissions, authorities and agencies adhere to the Accessibility Standards for Customer Service (ASCS) regulated under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005 as of January 1, 2010...

24 June 2011: Architectural News

O'Mighty Green: A Satirical Commentary on Greenwashing in Architecture

O'Mighty Green: A Satirical Commentary on Greenwashing in Architecture from INHABIT, by Bridgette Meinhold, 06/23/11 The amusing and even slightly shocking collection of green-washed images shows a number of iconic buildings and structures draped in living plants...

23 June 2011: Member News

City of Vaughan recruiting members for newly established Design Review Panel

City of Vaughan recruiting members for newly established Design Review Panel Deadline: July 29, 2011 The newly established Design Review Panel in its advising role, will provide expert, professional advice to City Planning staff on proposed high density and/or complex public and private developments...

17 June 2011: Web News

OAA Web News

OAA Web News June 16, 2011 In this Issue: Just Browsing? Make sure it's up to dateIssues Logging In? Try this ChecklistAre you an OAAAS Technologist wanting to access your Transcripts?Click Here

14 June 2011: Memoriams

In Memoriam- Ants Elken

In Memoriam- Ants Elken ELKEN, Ants - OAA Life Member, RCA, FRAIC, Professor Emeritus in Architecture, University of Toronto Born in Tartu, Estonia on March 25, 1917...

11 June 2011: OAA News

New Phone System at OAA Headquarters 

New Phone System at OAA Headquarters  To better respond to callers Beginning Monday, June 13, the OAA Headquarters at 111 Moatfield Drive, Toronto, will switch to a new telephone system to better serve our members and the public...

09 June 2011: OAA News

Doors Open 2011

Doors Open 2011 OAA Opens its Doors to the Public to promote Ontario Architecture The twelfth Doors Open Toronto was held on May 28 and 29, 2011, an event where buildings in Toronto that are usually closed to the public were open, and free to enter for two days only...

03 June 2011: Member News

CBC Podcast: Peter Eisenman

CBC Podcast: Peter Eisenman Peter Eisenman was born in 1932 in New Jersey. He didn't discover architecture until he was in his first year of university at Cornell...

28 May 2011: OAA News

2011 OAA Conference ConEd & Admission Course Evaluation Surveys

2011 OAA Conference ConEd & Admission Course Evaluation Surveys If you attended a ConEd session or Admission Course at the recent OAA Conference, please take the time to complete the following survey(s)...

26 May 2011: All News

Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada 38th Annual Conference

Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada 38th Annual Conference architecture | heritage | urban fabric  Taking place from May 25-28, 2011 in Arvida, Quebec, the SSAC annual conference features keynote speaker Professor Lucie K...

26 May 2011: All News

Canada's First New School of Architecture in 40 years will transform Downtown Sudbury

Canada's First New School of Architecture in 40 years will transform Downtown Sudbury LAURENTIAN UNIVERSITY RECEIVES $21 MILLION TOWARDS THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE LAURENTIAN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE May 24, 2011 Laurentian University, one of the fastest growing universities in Canada in the past decade, is pleased to announce that it has received $21 million towards the construction of the Laurentian School of Architecture from the Ontario Government, as well as the undergraduate program approval which will make the School eligible for operating funding...

25 May 2011: Member News

Announcing the 2011 Jane Jacobs Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient

Announcing the 2011 Jane Jacobs Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient Eb Zeidler’s contribution as an architect, planner and city builder dedicated to improving the public realm spans the length and breadth of Canada over more than four decades...

25 May 2011: Press Releases

2011 OAA Awards 

2011 OAA Awards  preview 2011 OAA Awards Summary Media Release DOWNLOAD  PDF

19 May 2011: Web News

OAA Web News

OAA Web News May 18, 2011  In this Issue:Launch DetailsNew Features & Areas to DiscoverNew Member logins and passwordsClick here

19 May 2011: Memoriams

In Memoriam- Douglas Munro Freel

In Memoriam- Douglas Munro Freel FREEL, Douglas Munro - 77, A Former OAA member, passed away at his Newmarket home on Sunday, May 15, 2011 after a brief battle with cancer...

19 May 2011: OAA News

The New OAA Web site is yours to explore!

The New OAA Web site is yours to explore! May 18, 2011 - The NEW OAA Website is here for you to explore! We are excited about the features and possibilities...

18 May 2011: OAA News

Record Numbers at Admission Course

Record Numbers at Admission Course May 18, 2011--More than 350 Intern architects are attending the OAA Admission Course May 18 - 21...

12 May 2011: Architectural News

Barry Johns voted Chancellor elected to the RAIC College of Fellows

Barry Johns voted Chancellor elected to the RAIC College of Fellows Following an election process, Barry Johns, FRAIC, has been voted Chancellor of the RAIC College of Fellows...

12 May 2011: Architectural News

Architecture Canada-RAIC to present Prix du XXe Siecle awards

Architecture Canada-RAIC to present Prix du XXe Siecle awards RAICThe Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia designed by Arthur Erickson...

12 May 2011: Architectural News

Quadrangle at 25

Quadrangle at 25 Atrium of Quadrangle Architects' Corus Quay project, shot from the third-floor bridge...

11 May 2011: Press Releases

OAA Holds Annual Conference in Toronto

OAA Holds Annual Conference in Toronto Architecture: Urbanization and Globalization preview 2011 Conference Media Alert  DOWNLOAD  PDF

06 May 2011: Architectural News

Ontario government negotiating with Brookfield-led consortium to build Belleville courthouse

Ontario government negotiating with Brookfield-led consortium to build Belleville courthouse Infrastructure Ontario announced a consortium that includes PCL Constructors Inc...

06 May 2011: Architectural News

Congratulations to New OAA Fellows Announced at Architecture Canada | RAIC-AIBC Festival in Vancouver

Congratulations to New OAA Fellows Announced at Architecture Canada | RAIC-AIBC Festival in Vancouver Architecture Canada | RAIC is pleased to announce the following as Fellows and Honorary Fellows for 2011...

06 May 2011: Architectural News

Athena Institute Announces Stephen Pope as Chair, Board of Directors

Athena Institute Announces Stephen Pope as Chair, Board of Directors The Athena Sustainable Materials Institute is pleased to announce changes to its Board and senior executive team...

04 May 2011: All News

New Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario chair puts focus on infrastructure plans

New Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario chair puts focus on infrastructure plans VINCE VERSACE  staff writer  An alliance of Ontario construction and design stakeholders has evolved with a newly appointed chair and detailed work plan to strengthen its consultation efforts with the provincial government...

04 May 2011: All News

Ryerson's glass vision a dazzler for Yonge and Gould

Ryerson's glass vision a dazzler for Yonge and Gould An artist's rendering of Ryerson University Student Learning Centre, to be built at the intersection of Yonge and Gould Sts...

04 May 2011: All News

The Britannia Mine Museum wins Canadian Museum Association Award for Outstanding Achievement

The Britannia Mine Museum wins Canadian Museum Association Award for Outstanding Achievement BRITANNIA MINE MUSEUM The recently transformed Britannia Mine Museum has achieved yet another significant milestone in its treasured history, winning the 2011 Canadian Museum Association (CMA) Award for Outstanding Achievement in Facility Development and Design...

04 May 2011: All News

Library/market earns provincial award

Library/market earns provincial award David Premi Architect David Premi at the entrance to the new Hamilton public library his firm designed...

04 May 2011: All News

Ontario Association of Architects honours Eberhard Zeidler

Ontario Association of Architects honours Eberhard Zeidler PATRICIA WILLIAMS  staff writer  The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) will present its inaugural lifetime design achievement award to veteran Toronto architect Eberhard Zeidler...

04 May 2011: All News

Paul Oberman believed in preserving Toronto’s heritage 

Paul Oberman believed in preserving Toronto’s heritage  JOHN BENTLEY MAYS Special to Globe and Mail  When death came for Toronto real-estate entrepreneur Paul Oberman, 53, in a remote Maine forest on March 7, Canada’s architectural inheritance lost one of its most devoted friends and defenders...

04 May 2011: All News

Ontario Association of Architects awards recognize design excellence

Ontario Association of Architects awards recognize design excellence DON COCHRAN The Cornell University Plantations Welcome Center, Ithaca, N...

04 May 2011: All News

Athena Institute Announces Stephen Pope as Chair, Board of Directors

Athena Institute Announces Stephen Pope as Chair, Board of Directors The Athena Sustainable Materials Institute is pleased to announce changes to its Board and senior executive team...

04 May 2011: All News

Atlas includes green building features with Queen’s University business school expansion in Kingston, Ontario

Atlas includes green building features with Queen’s University business school expansion in Kingston, Ontario WILLIAM CONWAY/PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHY The addition at Goodes Hall is being undertaken by a team that includes +VG Architects and contractor Atlas Corporation...

29 April 2011: Architectural News

The Britannia Mine Museum wins Canadian Museum Association Award for Outstanding Achievement

The Britannia Mine Museum wins Canadian Museum Association Award for Outstanding Achievement BRITANNIA MINE MUSEUMThe recently transformed Britannia Mine Museum has achieved yet another significant milestone in its treasured history, winning the 2011 Canadian Museum Association (CMA) Award for Outstanding Achievement in Facility Development and Design...

20 April 2011: Architectural News

Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada 38th Annual Conference

Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada 38th Annual Conference architecture | heritage | urban fabric Taking place from May 25-28, 2011 in Arvida, Quebec, the SSAC annual conference features keynote speaker Professor Lucie K...

19 April 2011: Architectural News

resTOre Student Design Competition

resTOre Student Design Competition resTOre is an international student design competition in honour of the late Professor Margery Winkler...

12 April 2011: Architectural News

New Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario chair puts focus on infrastructure plans

New Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario chair puts focus on infrastructure plans VINCE VERSACE  staff writer  An alliance of Ontario construction and design stakeholders has evolved with a newly appointed chair and detailed work plan to strengthen its consultation efforts with the provincial government...

12 April 2011: Architectural News

Regional museum wins award

Regional museum wins award The region’s newest cultural investment is starting to reap some unimagined dividends...

06 April 2011: Architectural News

Atlas includes green building features with Queen’s University business school expansion in Kingston, Ontario

Atlas includes green building features with Queen’s University business school expansion in Kingston, Ontario WILLIAM CONWAY/PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHYThe addition at Goodes Hall is being undertaken by a team that includes +VG Architects and contractor Atlas Corporation...

06 April 2011: Architectural News

Library/market earns provincial award

Library/market earns provincial award David Premi Architect David Premi at the entrance to the new Hamilton public library his firm designed...

06 April 2011: Architectural News

Architecture Canada | RAIC announces new Young Architect Award recipient

Architecture Canada | RAIC announces new Young Architect Award recipient Architecture Canada | RAIC has announced Taymoore Balbaa, MRAIC, as the first recipient of its Young Architect Award...

06 April 2011: Press Releases

Voting Now Open for the 2011 OAA People's Choice Award!

Voting Now Open for the 2011 OAA People's Choice Award! Which new building will win this coveted prize? preview 2011 OAA People's Choice Award Media Release DOWNLOAD  PDF

02 April 2011: OAA News

OAA Announces the Retirement of OAA Registrar, Hillel Roebuck

OAA Announces the Retirement of OAA Registrar, Hillel Roebuck Effective, December 31, 2011 “Two thousand and eleven marks my 24th year as Registrar,” says Hillel, “it seems like a perfect time to consider a new phase in my life, elective R&R...

02 April 2011: Press Releases

Ontario Association of Architecture Announces the 2011 OAA Award Winners

Ontario Association of Architecture Announces the 2011 OAA Award Winners preview 2011 OAA Award Winners Media Release … DOWNLOAD  PDF

01 April 2011: OAA News

Announcement of the 2011 OAA Award Winners

Announcement of the 2011 OAA Award Winners Fifteen new buildings in Ottawa, Toronto, Hamilton, Orillia, Montréal, Kitchener, Vancouver, and Ithaca (New York) have been recognized as leading examples of architecture by receiving ‘Design Excellence’ awards...

31 March 2011: Architectural News

Ontario Association of Architects plans upgrade, repair of Toronto head office

Ontario Association of Architects plans upgrade, repair of Toronto head office 19-year-old headquarters needs building envelope and roof repairs  OAA plans call for upgrading and repair or replacement of curtainwall as well as sections of windows and the building envelope on the two-storey, 21,400-square-foot building...

30 March 2011: Architectural News

Eduardo Souto de Moura Wins Pritzker Architecture Prize 2011

Eduardo Souto de Moura Wins Pritzker Architecture Prize 2011 Levent OZLER Eduardo Souto de Moura, a 58 year old architect from Portugal, is the jury's choice for the 2011 Pritzker Architecture Prize...

29 March 2011: Architectural News

Abandoned Parkdale factory still waits its turn to shine

Abandoned Parkdale factory still waits its turn to shine The clock is ticking on the revitalization of a former Parkdale industrial site...

29 March 2011: Architectural News

Thunder Bay, Ontario courthouse construction underway

Thunder Bay, Ontario courthouse construction underway Construction of the Thunder Bay consolidated courthouse is expected to be completed in 2013 A consortium that includes Bird Design-Build Construction Inc...

29 March 2011: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Michael Clifford

In Memoriam - Michael Clifford CLIFFORD, Michael , Architect 83, died Wednesday, February 23, 2011 in the early hours, ''at home'' in the Manulife Centre, the building he designed and one of his many architectural contributions to Toronto...

29 March 2011: OAA News

Transforming and Revitalizing Downtown Summit

Transforming and Revitalizing Downtown Summit 12 CORE learning hours Provider: Strategy Institute Location: Toronto, June 14-15, 2011 Transforming and Revitalizing Downtowns is the Third Summit in a series of annual events designed to help municipalities, provinces, the federal government, and architects and planners develop and improve urban quality of life by bringing together key knowledge leaders from around the world...

25 March 2011: Architectural News

RAIC | Architecture Canada announces 2011 Firm Award recipient

RAIC | Architecture Canada announces 2011 Firm Award recipient Centre for Addiction and Mental Health RAIC | Architecture Canada has announced that it has selected Montgomery Sisam Architects as the recipient of its 2011 Architectural Firm Award...

25 March 2011: Architectural News

Valhalla's famous features to be preserved after demolition

Valhalla's famous features to be preserved after demolition Heritage features designed by OAA Design Excellence Award winner Tower coming down to make way for One Valhalla condo and townhomesValhalla's famous features to be preserved after demolition...

25 March 2011: Architectural News

Unveiled - Toronto Steeles West Station

Unveiled - Toronto Steeles West Station Will Alsop and RMJM with Stevens Group design a subway station of Cor-ten steel...

18 March 2011: Architectural News

Architect Jack Diamond Featured in Nuvo Magazine, Spring 2011 Issue

Architect Jack Diamond Featured in Nuvo Magazine, Spring 2011 Issue By Shawn Micallef / Photos by Adam Rankin Jack Diamond has designed buildings throughout the world, but the front parlour of his home in Toronto’s Moore Park neighbourhood isn’t lined with pictures of his opera houses, city halls, or university buildings; instead, there’s a collection of watercolours he has painted over the course of his long career...

18 March 2011: OAA News

New Ontario Association of Architects president embraced Building Information Modeling right from the start

New Ontario Association of Architects president embraced Building Information Modeling right from the start PATRICIA WILLIAMS staff writer, Daily Commercial News Toronto architect Sheena Sharp, the recently elected 94th president of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), set her sights on a career in the profession when she was just eight years old...

18 March 2011: Member News

Architecture Student Job Placement Programs – Co-op and Summer opportunities

Architecture Student Job Placement Programs – Co-op and Summer opportunities Ontario Schools of Architecture have students available for work...

17 March 2011: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Erik Wilke

In Memoriam - Erik Wilke WILKE, Erik Benno - B.Architecture- Carleton University, Member of Ontario Association of Architects, Founder Erik B...

16 March 2011: Architectural News

Heritage Toronto Awards - Call for Nominations

Heritage Toronto Awards - Call for Nominations Awards in architecture, book, media and community heritage Photo: 2010 Award Recipient - Royal Conservatory TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning The Heritage Toronto Awards celebrate outstanding contributions - by professionals and volunteers - in the promotion and conservation of Toronto's history and heritage landmarks...

16 March 2011: Memoriams

In Memoriam - Trevor Garwood-Jones

In Memoriam - Trevor Garwood-Jones GARWOOD-JONES, Trevor 1928 - 2011 Trevor Garwood-Jones passed away on Monday, March 14, 2011, of heart failure - three days before his 83rd Birthday...