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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

Design & Ecology: Architecture Web Sites

Canadian Sources

General Resources

  • AEC InfoCenter: Architecture: Sites of Interest
  • Aladdin Homes -  This is the archives of Canadian Aladdin Co., where one could order homes from their 1918 catalogue.
  • Archinet - images, news, discussion groups, jobs, an events calendar, books and reviews. The image collection here consists of nearly 1,000 photographs of architecture world wide, drawings of architectural projects, projects under construction, student projects, etc.
  • Architecture/UCLA Arts Library - This is an extremely comprehensive site with links to associations, schools; themes such as gender in architecture, the green environment, etc.
  • Cyburbia.org: Internet Resources for the Built Environment - a comprehensive directory of Internet resources relevant to planning, architecture and the built environment. Also known as "PAIRC - Planning and Architecture Internet Resource Center."
  • Sears Archive - this includes pictures and information of homes that one could purchase from the Sears Catalogue.
  • Vassar College Art Library - This is an excellent site for architectural resources including image catalogues & building registries, architects, codes, standards & data archives, manufacturer information etc. 

Reference Help

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Liv Valmestad
Contact:
Architecture/Fine Arts Library, Room 204 John A. Russell Building.
Mailing: 84 Curry Place, University of Manitoba.
204-474-9217

Schools

Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture: Online Guide to Architecture Schools. Sign up for a free membership and choose "University of Manitoba Faculty of Architecture" as your organisation.