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Architecture In Canada

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Architecture In Canada

Architecture in Canada is a reflection of the nation's history and cultural diversity. The country's built environment includes a wide variety of styles, materials, and building practices, ranging from the early French and British settlements of the 17th and 18th centuries, to the grandiose classical revival style of the late 19th century, modernism of the mid-20th century, and the sustainable architecture of the present day. Traditional styles such as the National Park style and the Canada Council style are still popular today. Canada has a rich tradition of architectural innovation, and its architects are renowned for their creativity and originality.

Canadian architecture, modern architecture, sustainable architecture, design architecture, heritage architecture.

Lauren Moore

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