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Another honor-award recipient, the long, narrow, two-story Prefab Cottage for Two Families, hugs a wooded rural ridge in Muskoka, Ontario.
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The Prefab Cottage for Two Families by Kohn Shnier Architects has upper-floor living spaces with views of tree foliage and a lake beyond.
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Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects designed the TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning, a new facility for the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, Ontario.
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The wood-clad Koerner Hall, a performance hall at the new TELUS Centre, received a merit award in the Wood Design Awards.
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The TELUS Centre project included restoration of McMaster Hall, now connected to the new building by a multistory, glass-roofed circulation space.
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TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning east-west section drawing through Koerner Hall, looking north.
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TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning ground-floor plan drawing.
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Ground-floor plan drawing of the Spiral House in Old Greenwich, Connecticut.
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Joeb Moore + Partners designed the Spiral House, clad in western redcedar, with one wing raised off the ground by angled steel columns.
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The Spiral House's ground-floor living spaces emphasize the connection with Long Island Sound.
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