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The University of Manitoba campuses are located on original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. More

Architecture: Canadian/Manitoba Architecture

Subject Guide

Canadian Sources

Online Databases

Vertical Files

We have a vertical file collection located in the Reading Room of the Architecture/Fine Arts Library.  The Architect Files are interfiled with the Artist files. There is a separate Building File.

U of M Student Publications

Archfolio

DoA Press is a collaborative initiative of the Department of Architecture's Publications Committee to share student and faculty work and cultivate critical discourse on architectural design. ArchFolio is an annual print and digital booklet of representative student work from architecture studios and courses. Other special titles celebrate unique projects and research events. 

 

Prairie Design Lab - podcast

Prairie Design Lab is a podcast on ideas. design, and culture, organized as part of the Cultural Events at the Faculty of Architecture, the University of Manitoba in collaboration with Terry MacLeod. 

 

Warehouse

Warehouse is a non-profit journal established in 1992 that showcases the yearly work of students and staff from the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Architecture. The publication is devoted to the critical pursuit of design discourse and the greater application to various collective communities. The journal reflects, engages, and extends ideas from within the various departments that fall within the interdisciplinary vision of our faculty.