A podcast where they interview experts on single issues of interest to architects and designers. My topic – What is Canadian Design? Continue reading Single Serves: What is Canadian Design and Why it Matters?
An exclusive interview with curator David Theodore, Thomas Balaban and Jennifer Thorogood of TBA about the Venice Architecture Biennale and Canada’s Pavilion – Imposter Cities Continue reading Imposter Cities – Canadian Pavilion – Venice Architecture Biennale 2021
I’ve found my Schitt’s Creek aka Manitouwadge! Last month, I traveled to the extreme North, or 12 hours from where I live, to the other side of Lake Superior. I wanted to know if it was true. Could I buy a house in this town for less than $50K? When I arrived, I learned way … Continue reading Traveling to the Extreme
As a Hamiltonian Native who has explored South Western Ontario pretty extensively, I’ve never traveled North of Lake Superior. What sprung this travel to the North, real estate. It is no longer affordable here and when I Googled “Homes for under 50K” an article by Narcity popped up and listed this little town called Manitouwadge … Continue reading Discovering Ontario – Travel tips for going up North
This is what my friend says to me as we begin our hour drive to Buffalo to play in a Rugby Seven’s tournament. She participated in it last year and really liked it and managed to convince me to play this year with her. In preparation for the upcoming rugby season, I have been on … Continue reading Only rugby players really like rugby
Apple Inc is planning to launch its electronic payments service in Canada in November, the first international expansion of Apple Pay, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The banks are open to an agreement, but are not happy with Apple’s fee proposals and are worried about security vulnerabilities like the … Continue reading Is Apple pay coming to Canada?
One Yonge by Toronto-based firm Hariri Pontarini Architects will be a mixed-use development that re-defines the typical ration between residential, commercial and retail space within a single city block. Located on the longest street in North America, this proposed landmark will comprise of six new buildings, and the re-cladding and addition of 10 storeys to … Continue reading One Yonge by Hariri Pontarini Architects
A new era in Ottawa’s skyline is about to commence with Icon, designed by Toronto-based firm Hariri Pontarini Architects. The mixed-use structure will be the capital’s tallest tower transforming the cityscape and driving sustainable growth in the city’s future development. The plan, which is part of the area’s revitalization, will bring a mix of uses … Continue reading Icon by Hariri Pontarini Architects