Architect and educator Anne Cormier is the winner of the 2017 Margolese National Design for Living Prize, awarded by the UBC Faculty of Applied Science.
Interior renderings and details of Terrace House in Vancouver by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Shigeru Ban, have been revealed.
Rogers Place arena in Edmonton has received LEED Silver certification. It is the first NHL facility in Canada built to the LEED Silver requirements.
A vibrant, deep purple described as dramatically provocative and thoughtful has been named Pantone’s colour of the year 2018.
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has formally adopted RELi, a building resilience rating standard, which will soon become a global rating system.
The 2017 Mayor’s Urban Design Award winners were announced at the National Music Centre in Calgary. The bi-annual awards recognize designers and architects.
Vancouver architects Bing Thom, Joost Bakker and Norman Hotson have been honoured with the prestigious AIBC Lifetime Achievement Award.
Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver has been recognized with seven global awards at the International Property Awards.
A new comprehensive guide on Nail-Laminated Timber (NLT) with detailed expert advice is now available for Canada’s design and construction community.
Credit Suisse Asset Management and Vancouver-based Swissreal Investments officially opened The Exchange office tower yesterday.
The 2017 Recognition Awards were handed out at the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) Gala in October, honouring professional excellence.
Diamond Schmitt Architects has expanded its ownership and design teams with the appointment of new principals and associates.
MEC, a Canadian outdoor recreation gear and clothing retailer, has broken ground on its new Vancouver flagship store located in Olympic Village.
Gibbs Gage Architects (GGA) has announced that Chito Pabustan and David Wittman are now partners in the Calgary-based firm.
The Science and Technology Building at Langara College in Vancouver has officially received LEED gold status in October, 2017.
A new proposed project at 1400 Alberni Street will make Vancouver home to the world’s tallest passive house towers at 48 and 43 storeys.
Accessibility and inclusiveness are on the agenda for a pending update of the model green office lease that has become an entrenched standard in Canada's commercial real estate sector.