Putting architecture in its place = Mettre l<U+2019>architecture à sa place, 2010 (active), 2018 (captured)
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Putting architecture in its place = Mettre l<U+2019>architecture à sa place, 2010 (active), 2018 (captured)


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Created in conjunction with a day camp held at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, July 12-16, 2010.
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"Putting Architecture in its Place" is a CCA Day Camp dedicated to talking, discussing, writing and publishing critical thoughts and observations about architecture. During this workshop we will look at how the architecture critic is at the same time an advocate for a discipline or profession, but also an urban and social activist. This means his/her mission should be not just to foster recognition for architecture, but also understand where urban or human needs end and “architect ego” begins (and vice-versa).


Centre canadien d'architecture
Architecture Québec (Province) Montréal
Architecture Study and teaching
Montréal (Québec) Buildings, structures, etc.


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