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September 06, 2017

Wellington Building Rehabilitation (2016)
In this post of our summer blOAAg series “Shaping Ontario at 150: The built and unbuilt”, we take a look at a rehabilitation of...
Image Credit: doublespace photography
Architectural Credit: NORR Architects
-NORR Architects
 
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August 25, 2017

Sir John A. Macdonald Building (2015)
In this post of our summer blOAAg series “Shaping Ontario at 150: The built and unbuilt”, we take a look at this historical...
Image Credit: doublespace photography
Architectural Credit: NORR Architects
-NORR Architects
 
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October 01, 2016

Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts (2014)
Location: Queen's University, Kingston Architects: N45 Architecture Inc. in association with Snøhetta Architecture...
Image Credit: Doublespace Photography
Architectural Credit: N45 Architects in association with Snohetta
 
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LIUNA Station (former Hamilton C.N.R. Station) (1931)
Location: Hamilton, ONArchitects: John Schofield (C.N.R. Corporate Architect); Renovation and Adaptive Reuse by John Mokrycke...
Image Credit: Library and Archives Canada
Architectural Credit: John Schofield (C.N.R. Corporate Architect); Renovation and Adaptive Reuse by Architect John Mokrycke, Lintack Architects
 
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Graydon Hall Manor (1936)
Location: Toronto, ON Architects: George & MoorhouseDate of completion: 1936Nominated by:  Hon. Michael Coteau,...
Image Credit: City of Toronto Archives
Architectural Credit: George & Moorhouse
 
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