Daily Commercial News
October 22, 2018
by Don Procter
"Just because a big office building is old, antiquated and ugly doesn’t mean it can’t be resurrected.
That’s the thinking of architect Vivian Manasc, whose firm Manasc Isaac Architects Ltd. transformed a 1970s office building in downtown Edmonton that had been called “the ugliest building in the city” into an eye-catching tower attracting new tenants.
“Reimagining buildings is at the heart of the future,” Manasc told delegates at the Healthy Buildings, Healthy Planet conference hosted by Sustainable Buildings Canada in downtown Toronto recently."
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