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OTTAWA, March 15, 2017 – A Toronto architect whose focus is ephemeral art installations in public places will receive the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s (RAIC) Allied Arts Medal for 2017. Christine Leu, MRAIC, is the co-founder, with Alan Webb, of the multi-disciplinary arts and curation practice LeuWebb Projects in Toronto. She also teaches courses in architecture and interior design at Ryerson University. LeuWebb uses space, light,...  >>
The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) has selected one of the leading contemporary architects in the United States, as well an architect-couple who have raised awareness of Canadian architecture through publishing, to receive its 2017 Honorary Fellowships. Jeanne Gang is an American architect advancing the possibilities of architecture and design in the 21st century — including their ability to make a positive social and...  >>
A Vancouver firm known for thoughtful, efficient and modern design, in both renovations and new buildings, is the recipient of the 2017 Emerging Architectural Practice Award given by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC). D’Arcy Jones Architecture (DJA), a nine-person studio, was founded in 2005 by D’Arcy Jones, MRAIC. A graduate of the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, and Dalhousie University in Halifax, Jones previously worked...  >>
OTTAWA, February 28, 2017 — One of Canada’s most important and influential urban designers, whose portfolio includes Toronto’s CN Tower, Ottawa’s Parliamentary Precinct, the Wascana Centre in Regina and projects at more than 25 university campuses, is the recipient of the 2017 RAIC Gold Medal. Roger du Toit, FRAIC, established his practice in Toronto in 1975, now known as DTAH, He was not only a professional architect but also a certified...  >>
Amir Hemani, Life Member AAA, AIBC, FRAIC, B. Arch., R. I. Dipl. Amir has been in many committees and panels of AAA, AIBC, RAIC since 1978 including Jury member, Consensual Resolution, Safety Codes Council, Barrier Free Design up-grade 2014 Code, Continuing Education, Building Standards, Public Relations etc.      He assists new immigrants to better settle in Canada and is continuing his campaign since 1986.      He graduated from Middle East...  >>
The Federal Government has created the National Performance Standards for Office Buildings (NPS) 2016 and is seeking industry stakeholder input. Scope This NPS applies to real property projects undertaken by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) on its own behalf or by the private sector on behalf of PSPC on Crown-owned office buildings for which PSPC is custodian. This includes the construction of new office buildings and the...  >>
Members can now have their writing published in industry magazines via the RAIC, at no cost. Please read the criteria for each publication carefully. We look forward to seeing RAIC members in print and online! Sustainable Building & Design magazine Sustainable Building & Design magazine is offering RAIC members an opportunity to have a LEED(R) or otherwise sustainable project highlighted as an editorial feature. RAIC members are...  >>
The 2017 Festival of Architecture will be the architecture event of the year, packed with an exciting array of tours, seminars, speakers and more, all happening in Ottawa during Canada’s 150th birthday celebration. The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) and the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) have partnered to present the Festival under the theme of Architecture 150.  It takes place May 24-27, 2017 at the Westin Hotel,...  >>
Investiture Speech by Ewa Bieniecka, FRAIC delivered on February 6, 2017 at the Canadian Museum of Nature Ottawa, ON In 2017, as Canadians celebrate 150 years of Confederation, the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada also marks an important milestone – its 110th anniversary. It was founded in 1907 for the advancement of architecture in this country, with the first congress taking place in Montreal. Even as we celebrate our rich history, our...  >>
The deadline for nominations is February 17. For more information, please contact Chantal Charbonneau at 613-241-3600, extension 214 or Nomination form College of Fellows rules and regulations   >>