Starting from 1967, this comprehensive reference book considers how the practice of architecture in Canada has changed, and how Canadian architects interpreted international trends, regional and indigenous architectural tendencies, with a focus on Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.
The conversation will concentrate on Canadian cultures of competitions and commissioning, in an international context.
Jean-Pierre Chupin is Professor, and Canada Research Chair in Architecture, Competitions, and Mediations of Excellence at the École d’architecture of the Université de Montréal, where he co-directs the Laboratoire d’étude de l’architecture potentielle (L.E.A.P.). Elsa Lam is co-editor, with Graham Livesey, of the book, and editor of Canadian Architect magazine. David Theodore is Associate Professor, and Canada Research Chair in Architecture, Health, and Computation, at McGill University.
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