Canadian Centre for Architecture: Building and Gardens

Canadian Centre for Architecture: Building and Gardens (ed. Larry Richards, CCA 1989) is a monograph about the making of the esteemed architectural institution founded in 1979.

The copy in stock is in relatively good condition. The pages are clean and undamaged, although there are a few pencil underlines among the text, and there are some dots of coffee (?) spilled on the spine. The binding is in good condition.

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Canadian Centre for Architecture: Building and Gardens is a monograph about the development of the esteemed research, archive and exhibition institution of the Canadian Centre for Architecture. CCA was founded in 1979 as an independent study centre and museum.

The book consists of expert articles by John Harris, Phyllis Lambert, George Baird, Chantal Pontbriand, Melvin Charney, Robert Lemire and Helen Malkin. The articles and the rich illustration tells about the making of the institution, its programmes and premises. The book has been edited by Larry Richards, and it was published by CCA in 1989.

The copy in stock is in relatively good condition. The pages are clean and undamaged, although there are a few pencil underlines among the text, and there are some dots of coffee (?) spilled on the spine. The binding is in good condition.

Weight 953 g
Dimensions 26.0 × 26.2 × 1.7 cm
Editor(s)

Larry RIchards

Author(s)

Chantal Pontbriand, George Baird, Helen Malkin, John Harris, Larry Richards, Melvin Charney, Phyllis Lambert, Robert Lemine

Publisher

Canadian Centre for Architecture, The MIT Press

Publishing year

1989

Language

Images

 architectural drawings, b&w & colour photos

Binding

Soft cover

Condition

Number of pages

164

ISBN

0-920785-12-3