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Becoming an architect

Posted May 13th, 2020

There three main ways of becoming an architect in Ontario. Here is how...

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Niagara Entertainment Architecture

Niagara Entertainment Architecture

Posted May 8th, 2020 in Niagara Architecture

There has always been ample entertainment in the Niagara area to meet the needs of its visitors. However, the entertainment offerings are not static, which helps to explain the area’s enduring success as a tourist destination.

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In St. Catharines - A revealing modernism

In St. Catharines - A revealing modernism

Posted May 6th, 2020 in Niagara Architecture

Completed in 1960, the Lapierre residence in St. Catharines, Ont., won a coveted silver Massey Medal in 1961, and a Heritage award in 2010.

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An alternative way of becoming an architect

Posted May 4th, 2020 in Architectural Education

Architects are often asked about how one becomes an architect. The RAIC Syllabus Program in brief.

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Domestic Gems: The architecture of Nicholson & Macbeth

Domestic Gems: The architecture of Nicholson & Macbeth

Posted Apr 30th, 2020

Information on the notable houses of Nicholson and Macbeth, and a video.

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Covid, Architecture, Cities and the Future - Thoughts

Posted Apr 30th, 2020 in Current Issues

The virus event will change some things. A few reflections on possibilities.

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The Implications of COVID-19 on Construction Projects

Posted Apr 30th, 2020 in Current Issues

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting market sectors throughout the world and construction is no exception. How can owners of construction projects navigate the inevitable implications ahead of them?

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