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Traditionally, the OAA marks the occasion with a reception at Queen’s Park for Members of Provincial Parliament to reveal the year’s Queen’s Park Picks. However, in light of COVID-19 and in the interest of public safety, we've brought the 2020 Queen's Park Picks online for a fully virtual experience. The full series, spanning five years is also featured on the BLOAAG using the link below.
Ontario Association of Architects
Date of Completion: Area developed from the 1840s onwards
Nominated by: Suze Morrison, MPP (Toronto Centre)
“They built up the city in a personal sense, in...
Sustainable. Architecture for a Healthy Planet, founded ten years ago, has embraced the triple bottom line of People, Planet, and Prosperity as balanced parts of a whole. Our intention has always been...
Recent surveys have noted a drop in the percentage of women who study architecture versus those who are in practice - a number that goes down even further when you look at the number of firm partners...
As an architect I have come across many different client types over years and yet it is with my work with BEAT that has brought my attention to the importance of why as architects we need to be as...
Held yearly since 1981, Toronto’s Pride parade was born as a march seeking to give a voice to the LGBTQ2 community in its fight for equal rights and the end of discrimination. Today, Pride has...
Location: Toronto, ON
Architects: George & Moorhouse
Date of completion: 1936
Nominated by: Hon. Michael Coteau, MPP (Don Valley East)
Tucked away amongst the...
Few building types are as intrinsically knit into Ontario's cultural identity as the cottage, the wilderness retreat of thousands of Ontarians who have made these buildings part of their yearly summer...
Location: Toronto, ON Architects: LGA Architectural Partners Inc. and Phillip H. Carter, Architect in joint ventureDate of completion: 2015OAA Awards 2016 Design Excellence WinnerFlanking the...
Location: Toronto, ON Architects: Dubbeldam Architecture + Design Date of completion: 2015OAA Awards 2016 Design Excellence WinnerSituated on a narrow lot in an older Toronto neighbourhood, the...
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BLOAAG - Shifting Paradigms
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed virtually every aspect of life. How have you adapted?
Shift 2021 Resiliency Architecture Challenge
The theme for the second 2021 SHIFT Challenge is Resiliency/Architecture.