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04T - Canadian Centre for Architecture

08 May 2014 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM

2.5 Unstructured Learning Hours

Discover the Canadian Centre for Architecture, its resources and spaces! The CCA building and gardens have become landmarks of Montréal. Opened in 1989, the new building designed by Peter Rose with Phyllis Lambert, consulting architect, and Erol Argun, associate architect, was integrated with the historically classified Shaughnessy House (1874) designed by William T. Thomas. Its landscape includes the CCA Sculpture Garden designed by Montreal artist-architect Melvin Charney. Included in this CCA visit of the building, archive and garden will be a special guided tour of the current exhibition Photographing the Arab city in the 19th Century given by the Curatorial Coordinator.