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April 17, 2019

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Notre Dame: What was being restored before the fire?

Notre Dame: What was being restored before the fire?

A massive fire has destroyed much of Paris’ iconic Notre Dame Cathedral. The fire broke out Monday evening on the cathedral’s roof where extensive renovation was underway.

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BIG unveils a floating city of the future

BIG unveils a floating city of the future

Oceanix, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Center for Ocean Engineering, and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) have proposed the world’s first resilient and sustainable floating city.

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Historic Manitoba theatre wins national architecture award

Historic Manitoba theatre wins national architecture award

The Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre (RMTC) in Winnipeg is the recipient of the 2019 Prix du XXe siècle by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) and the National Trust for Canada.

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Big Box

MAPEI’s large and heavy tile mortars with high transfer technology

MAPEI’s large and heavy tile mortars with high transfer technology

MAPEI’s tile and stone installation systems now includes the Keraflex™ family, a new line of highly versatile mortars for installing large and heavy tile on floors, walls, and countertops.

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Toronto shipping container market is open for business

Toronto shipping container market is open for business

The two-level Stackt market, made entirely from 120 refurbished shipping containers, offers Torontonians a unique design-centric shopping experience.

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Feature

Passive House certification in cold climates

Completed in the summer of 2018, Alberta’s Valleyview Town Hall is the result of extensive collaboration between the municipality, the contractor, and a skilled team of designers. The building aims to be the first in the world to obtain Passive House Plus certification.

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