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Oakland A’s hire four firms to lead new ballpark design process

The Oakland Athletics have hired four world-class design firms – Sasaki, S...

Architect Jane Greenwood is Honored as an “OUT 100”

OUT Magazine has announced (9.11.17) their annual celebration of the most influe...

Darling Associates furthers growth momentum with a raft of new projects

Darling Associates, the multi award winning architectural studio, is continuing ...

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16.09.2017 

2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial 

The 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial unites a main exhibition at the Chicago Cultural Ce  ...read more

23.11.2017 

IED Annual Conference 

The Major Economic Development Event of the Year Achieving Sustainable Inclusive Growth  ...read more

29.11.2017 

Healthy Design, Healthy Places 

From ‘green roofs’ and ‘living walls’ to ‘sky gardens’ and even ‘forest towers’ the incorp  ...read more

09.12.2017 

In Our Time: A Year of Architecture in a Day | December 9 | The Met 

Please join us on Saturday 9th December, 2017 for In Our Time: A Year of Architecture in a  ...read more

The walls of this unique theatre in Toronto can change colour to match the mood of the production on the stage
To adapt to changes in the live theatre market, the 1800-seat Toronto Centre for the Arts has been divided into two venues:  a 575-seat proscenium theatre and a flexible, 300-seat black box theatre. This architectural intervention required finding an appropriate dividing line within the existing auditorium and working with the infrastructure as much as possible. “The reconfiguration represented a sustainable approach to design in that every effort was made to preserve and incorporate elements of the original theatre, while at the same time, dramatically altering its appearance and functionality,” said Gary McCluskie, Principal, with Toronto-based Diamond Schmitt Architects. Follow the link for a short video tour of the theatre … Toronto Centre for the Arts from DiamondSchmittArchitects on Vimeo. The larger theatre conceals the former upper balcony and adapts

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