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Rogers Place officially opens its doors

A look inside the arena that “changes Edmonton forever” >

Twin Otter: The Death and Rebirth of a Great Canadian Plane

How the Twin Otter came roaring back from the dead, and how Alberta’s been a key part of that >

Five things you can do to make your office more inviting, attractive and productive

“It’s one of the easiest things to spend money on and have great impact, because it’s there every day and people are using it anyway.” >

Closed Concept: What’s wrong with open-concept offices?

Open office layouts were supposed to be the future – so why do so many people hate them? >

The Office of the Future

What do Alberta’s biggest bank, a commodities trading firm and a parking garage have in common? They all feature some of the province’s most innovative office environments >

Branching Out: Architects and builders return to wood

Wood has long been the standard in residential construction, but recently it's being seen as viable material for all kinds of projects >

High Fibre: Industry searches for new ways to use trees

The forestry industry already uses the entire tree, but still feels there are better products waiting to be discovered >

Building Blocks: Four trends shaping architecture in Alberta

Street-oriented buildings, the rise of prefabricated structures and other key trends that are driving architecture in Alberta >

Lunch With: Is Bigger Really Better?

Homebuilder Chris McLaren can’t decide whether to scale his business up or to stay small and specialize >

The Banff Springs Hotel turns 125

The Castle in the Rockies remains an iconic Alberta landmark >