The call for submissions for the 2019 Architectural Awards Program is now open. The Architecture Foundation of B.C. will be hosting the awards program.
Eight projects and individuals are receiving 2019 RAIC Awards of Excellence. The awards will be presented at the RAIC Festival of Architecture in Toronto.
Capilano University has announced plans to open a new satellite campus in the North Vancouver community of Lower Lonsdale this September.
The Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC) and the Architecture Foundation of British Columbia (AFBC) have signed a Memorandum of Agreement.
A universally accessible playground in Unwin Park in the City of Surrey is set to start construction this summer. It will be the largest in the city.
Cornelia Hahn Oberlander has become the first Canadian to be named as a Distinguished Member of the International Honor Society of Landscape Architecture.
The $126 million Simon Fraser University (SFU) Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering Program (SE3P) building was officially opened this April.
Cascadia Windows & Doors has launched the world’s first fiberglass-framed window wall system called the Universal Series Window Wall.
Diamond Schmitt Architects wins a SCUP Excellence in Architecture Award for Lazaridis Hall at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ont.
A modest increase in U.S. ceramic tile exports last year, largely going to Canada, did little to make up for the loss of market share at home.
Two major B.C. projects will be required to use engineered wood as the provincial government moves to help revive the forest industry.
The former Maclean Publishing Company/Maclean-Hunter Building is believed to be North America's tallest architectural heritage retention development.
The CSLA College of Fellows will welcome nine new members during the CSLA Congress to be held May 7-8, 2019, in Vancouver.
Five architects have been named as Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) Honorary Fellows, which recognizes extraordinary achievement.
The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) has announced the election of Kathleen Kurtin, OAA, MRAIC, to serve as OAA president for a one-year term.
Canadian landscape architecture excellence was honoured with the CSLA announcing the winners of its 2019 Awards of Excellence.
Langley, British Columbia is set to become the home of the Fraser Valley’s first ever residential mass timber development - Legacy on Park Avenue.