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October 02, 2016

Victoria Hall (1860)
Location: Cobourg, ONArchitects: Kivas Tully (Original Building); Peter John Stokes Architect, Chapman and Walker (restoration)Date...
Image Credit: Cobourg Public Library, 720-15, 1950
Architectural Credit: Kivas Tully (Original Building); Peter John Stokes Architect, Chapman and Walker (restoration)
 
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Dark Horse Estate Winery (2016)
Location: Grand Bend, ONArchitects: William J. Krohn Architect in association with VELD ArchitectDate of...
Image Credit: Dark Horse Estate Winery
Architectural Credit: William J. Krohn Architect in association with VELD Architect
 
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Les Chater Family YMCA (2009)
Location: Hamilton, ONArchitects: Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners (now Perkins + Will Canada Inc.) in association with Garwood-Jones...
Image Credit: Perkins + Will Canada Inc.
Architectural Credit: Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners (now Perkins + Will Canada Inc.) in association with Garwood-Jones & Hanham
 
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October 01, 2016

Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts (2014)
Location: Queen's University, Kingston Architects: N45 Architecture Inc. in association with Snøhetta Architecture...
Image Credit: Doublespace Photography
Architectural Credit: N45 Architects in association with Snohetta
 
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LIUNA Station (former Hamilton C.N.R. Station) (1931)
Location: Hamilton, ONArchitects: John Schofield (C.N.R. Corporate Architect); Renovation and Adaptive Reuse by John Mokrycke...
Image Credit: Library and Archives Canada
Architectural Credit: John Schofield (C.N.R. Corporate Architect); Renovation and Adaptive Reuse by Architect John Mokrycke, Lintack Architects
 
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Graydon Hall Manor (1936)
Location: Toronto, ON Architects: George & MoorhouseDate of completion: 1936Nominated by:  Hon. Michael Coteau,...
Image Credit: City of Toronto Archives
Architectural Credit: George & Moorhouse
 
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September 08, 2016

Architectural Photography Tips: Vik Pahwa
Just because summer is drawing to a close, doesn’t mean road trip season has come to an end. After taking a short summer break, Doors...
Image Credit: Harris Water Filtration Plant, Toronto, Vik Pahwa
Architectural Credit: Thomas Canfield Pomphrey, 1941
-Vik Pahwa
 
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August 28, 2016

Lake Cottage (2013)
The dialogue between building and nature - structure and site - is among the most fundamental considerations in the design of a cottage. Whether...
Image Credit: Naho Kubota, UUfie Inc.
Architectural Credit: UUfie Inc.
-UUfie Inc.
 
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August 16, 2016

Mink Islands Cottage (1996)
Georgian Bay’s eastern shoreline – characterized by distinctive granite outcrops, windswept eastern white pines, and the notorious...
Image Credit: Michael Miller
Architectural Credit: Michael Miller Architect Inc.
-Michael Miller Architect.
 
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July 31, 2016

Reed’s Bay House (2014)
Straddling the Canada-US border where the Saint Lawrence River emerges from Lake Ontario, the Thousands Islands is an ecologically and...
Image Credit: Shai Gil
Architectural Credit: Superkül Inc.
-Superkül Inc.
 
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July 19, 2016

Muskoka Boathouse (1999)
Among Ontario’s millions of acres of forests and tens of thousands of lakes, no expanse has become more closely associated to cottages...
Image Credit: James Dow
Architectural Credit: Shim-Sutcliffe Architects inc.
-Shim-Sutcliffe Architects inc.
 
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June 30, 2016

Castle Frank (1794-1829)
Few building types are as intrinsically knit into Ontario's cultural identity as the cottage, the wilderness retreat of thousands of Ontarians...
Image Credit: Castle Frank, a house created by Governor Simcoe near York, Upper Canada, 1796, Elizabeth Simcoe - sketches, Simcoe family fonds, F 47-11-1-0-231, Archives of Ontario
Architectural Credit: n/a
 
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June 03, 2016

Architectural Photography Tips: Doublespace Photography
Summer is Doors Open season in Ontario, a series of unique events where communities across the province celebrate their built heritage by opening...
Image Credit: Doublespace Photography
Architectural Credit: Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence, York University, ZAS Architects Inc.
-Doublespace Photography
 
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June 02, 2016

Architectural Photography Tips: Michael Muraz
Summer is Doors Open season in Ontario, a series of unique events where communities across the province celebrate their built heritage -...
Image Credit: Walking on Piano Keys - Michael Muraz
Architectural Credit: Aga Khan Museum - Moriyama & Teshima Architects in association with Maki and Associates
-Michael Muraz
 
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May 27, 2016

Architectural Photography Tips: A-Frame Studio
With longer days and warmer weather, summer is a perfect time to explore Ontario’s architectural treasures, and Doors Open Ontario provides...
Image Credit: A-Frame / Ben Rahn
Architectural Credit: Richard Ivey Building, Ivey School of Business, Western University, London, ON, Hariri Pontarini Architects
-A-Frame Studio
 
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