Book launches in Toronto and Cambridge, Ontario - architecture and design

Book launches in Toronto and Cambridge, Ontario

Launches for the book Canadian Modern Architecture, 1967 to the present are taking place on Wednesday, November 13 at the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design in Toronto and on Thursday, November 14 at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture.
The book is co-edited by Canadian Architect?s Elsa Lam and architectural historian Graham Livesey. It includes 15 original essays by authors George Baird, Brian Carter, Ian Chodikoff, Odile Hénault, George Kapelos, Lisa Landrum, Steven Mannell, Sherry McKay, Marco Polo, Lola Sheppard, David Theodore, Larry Wayne Richards, Adele Weder and Mason White. It is extensively illustrated with 500 photographs and drawings.
Habitat 67, final version under construction, Montreal, Quebec. Moshe Safdie and David, Barott, Boulva (Associated Architects), 1967. (Art James, Canadian Architect magazine fonds, Ryerson University Library and Archives) November 13, 2019 ? Daniels School of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at University of Toronto
Former architecture deans George Baird and Larry Wayne Richards discuss their research for their book chapters on megastructures and postmodernism in Canadian architecture. The conversation will be moderated by Elsa Lam, co-editor of the book and editor of Canadian Architect magazine. This event is free to attend, but registration is requested here.

Toronto Healthy House, Toronto, Ontario. Martin Liefhebber Architect, 1996. (Courtesy Breathe Architects)
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