A new exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) explores the quantifying and ranking of happiness and probes its impact on architects' importance.
The rich legacy of “radical” Italian design risks overexposure, but the Canadian Centre for Architecture’s exhibit on the movement's protagonists avoids the genre’s clichés.
The Canadian Centre for Architecture's latest exhibition uses architecture to fill in the blanks of classic scientific experiments.
Fearful of Being Seen as Neutral in Turbulent Times, Cultural Institutions Are Striking an Activist Stance
The internal responsibility for an institution to respond is equally met by the very real external pressures generated by what is going on in society.
A probing exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture mines an alternative definition of “architecture.”
How Gehry, Eisenman, Hoberman, and Yoh helped their profession transition into the 21st century
The Canadian Centre for Architecture and Greg Lynn uncover the early history of digital design.
A talk with Phyllis Lambert on the making of a masterpiece
By provoking and critiquing the profession, he sets a new standard for architectural exhibitions.