Read about the challenges and opportunities captured in the redevelopment of the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 in an article by Don Wall in the Daily Commercial News, a site featuring national construction news. The article discusses both the importance of the building in Canadian history as well as the critical roles of the consulting team in seeing the project through to a successful completion of a climate-controlled century-old building along the Atlantic Ocean.. See the renovated Museum here.
It was a full house last Thursday at the opening of the Twenty + Change: Next Generation exhibit. The Relmar House[s] were featured at the exhibit as was the beautifully designed and edited catalog (available at Amazon.ca) spearheaded by Heather Dubbledam and Lola Sheppard. Read more about the exhibit and exhibitors at AZURE. Twenty + Change runs until February 6 at the Urbanspace Gallery, 401 Richmond St., Toronto.
Recognized as one of Canada's next generation of the most innovative and excellent architecture firms, Architect Luc Bouliane invites friends and family to visit our exhibit by Twenty + Change at Urbanspace Gallery at 401 Richmond St West in Toronto. The exhibit runs from Friday, November 20th to Saturday, February 6th, 2016. The office's featured project is the Relmar House[s], two semi-detached homes in Forest Hill, Toronto.
Architects Luc Bouliane is proud to be recognized by Twenty + Change for its architectural innovation and excellence for the Relmar House[s], two semi-detached homes in Forest Hill, Toronto.
"Juried by a group of noted practitioners, authors and academics from across Canada, Twenty + Change presents the next generation of emerging practices who are pushing boundaries, be it to engage the public realm in meaningful ways, investigate new ideas regarding typology, program or site, innovate in sustainability and material affect, or engage in new models of practice.
Twenty + Change is a not-for-profit, industry-based, volunteer organization established to encourage the exchange of ideas, and to expose and disseminate the work of a new generation of Canadian architects and designers."