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March 03, 2017

Building Housing Diversity: Invizij Architects & Indwell
We have been working with Indwell, a Hamilton-based Christian charity to create innovative responses to Ontario’s affordable housing crisis...
Image Credit: George Qua-Enoo
Architectural Credit: Invizij Architects
-Emma Cubitt, Invizij Architects

February 08, 2017

Housing and Mixed-use Development - Student Studio Project (Part 3 of 3)
Site: Ford City, Windsor Ontario School: St.Clair College  Course: Drafting and Design Housing and Mixed-use...
Image Credit: Matthew Hopkins
Architectural Credit: n/a
-Matthew Hopkins (St. Clair College)

February 07, 2017

Housing and Mixed-use Development - Student Studio Project (Part 1 of 3)
Site: Ford City, Windsor OntarioSchool: St.Clair College Course: Drafting and Design Housing and Mixed-use...
Image Credit: Ontario Association of Architects
Architectural Credit: n/a
-Professor William Rawlings (St. Clair College)

February 06, 2017

Laneway House (2004)
Location: TorontoArchitects: Kohn Shnier Architects (Martin Kohn, John Shnier, Vis Ramasubramanian, and Jean-Louis Rivard) Structural:...
Image Credit: Tom Arban/Michael Awad
Architectural Credit: Kohn Shnier Architects
-Kohn Shnier Architects

December 15, 2016

Laneway Housing Initiative by inhabitTO inspired by Montreal
inhabitTO, a downtown sustainable architecture firm headed by Lia Maston, has expanded their efforts to include design for laneway structures...
Image Credit: Illustration: Jeff Kulak
Architectural Credit: Lia Maston in association with Architecture Microclimat