We’re pleased to announce the launch of our new website. A special thank you to Sam Blue who collaborated with us on the design of our new website. Sam worked his magic to build and script the site – thanks for your creative problem solving throughout the process. One cannot forget good ‘ol Version 1.0 – coded by acre collective member Nicholas Desbiens. Thanks Nick – very kuhl.
No, that is not a typo – Acre Architects Associate, Architect John Leroux has been invited to be a critic tomorrow at BRAC University in Bangladesh for 5th year Architectural students! John happens to be the provincial expert on the topic having written the book: Building New Brunswick: An Architectural History published by Goose Lane Editions, 2008. John is in ‘town’ writing an article for Canadian Architect.
Acre Architects have been selected to featured in the Twenty + Change 03 exhibition and publication for 2011. Twenty + Change 03 curatorial committee was comprised of: Marc Boutin (The Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative Inc), Renée Daoust (Daoust Lestage Inc), Miyoko Ohtake (Dwell Editor), Larry Wayne Richards ( Professor Emeritus & former Dean in the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Architecture). Thank you the Twenty + Change Directors Heather Dubbledam & Lola Sheppard for their hard work.
The River Run House is situated along the Saint John River in Fredericton New Brunswick. This family is eager to move into their new home by late summer 2011.
International Architecture & Design will be following the design and construction of our clients ‘Into The Wild’ right here in Saint John. In the next issues, they will chronicle the design and construction process as we move from idea to built work……we hope!
Through a nomination process, 50 exceptional leaders under the age 35 from Atlantic Canada have the opportunity to take part in a larger dialogue with peers and further their skills and the know-how to help propel careers, enhance leadership abilities, and build our organizations and communities for the 21st Century.
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