The landscape architecture studio at FORREC was tasked with creating an exterior for the new student centre at York University, Toronto. This project serves as an example of the benefits of a contemporary, collaborative construction effort between the client, other stakeholders, end-users, and the design and construction teams.
One of the first ambisonic simulation environments in the country provides architects, engineers, and contractors an in-depth understanding of how a space will sound and look even before the ground is broken.
When designing a sound masking solution, it is vital to limit the size of its control zones so the acoustician can precisely tune the sound and, hence, deliver the specified masking curve to the client.
The Ottawa Chapter will hold a Connections Café event on Wednesday, May 8, at Algonquin College from 6 to 9 p.m. The event includes dinner and provides participants with networking opportunities. Sponsors will also be promoting their businesses and services through tabletop promotions.
T3 Bayside, on of the tallest timber office buildings in North America, will be emerging in Toronto’s Bayside community, located on the shores of Lake Ontario. Designed by 3XN, the 10-storey structure will be 42 m (138 ft) tall.
A $100-million gift to the University of Toronto (U of T), the largest donation in U of T’s history, by two leading entrepreneurs will help construct the Schwartz Reisman Innovation Centre, the country’s largest university-based innovation node.
DPAI architects have proposed a futuristic project for Hamilton. According to the architects, the Fibroblast Tower is a prosthetic intervention designed to begin the healing process of the Niagara Escarpment, a natural ecosystem.