Can an architectural model be revolutionary? A new show argues yes, but ultimately fails to build support for its cause.
Recent art and architecture installations remind us that the mundanity of architecture can mask a litany of horrors.
Canada is known for its dependence on resource extraction. Can we discuss that history without exploiting the landscape anew?
What does it means to belong? Three recent exhibitions in Toronto tackle an increasingly pertinent question.
How is social media transforming architectural education, history and practice? And how is this exposing Canadian architecture abroad?
In Toronto, Ydessa Hendeles uses pigs as a motif to explore the dehumanization and dystopia that seem to be gaining ground under Trump.