Announcement: Architect Phyllis Lambert awarded the Wolf Prize in Israel

Announcement of the Canadian Centre for Architecture
Phyllis Lambert, architect and Founding Director Emeritus of Canadian Centre for Architecture received the Wolf Prize for the Arts in Israel for her six decades of championing innovation in building design and preservation of properties of patrimonial significance as well as invigorating the profession and research into architecture.

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