Exhibition: Architecture as Evidence, CCA, 16 June – 11 September 2016

Architecture as Evidence, presented in the Octagonal Gallery, Canadian Centre for Architecture, from 16 June to 11 September, explores the role of architectural expertise in a forensic legal analysisof evidence presented at a trial concerning Auschwitz. As part of their extensive research into the subject, the exhibition’s four curators,...

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Exhibition: “The Other Architect” (CCA, 28 Oct – 10 Apr 2016)

The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) presents The Other Architect, an exhibition that emphasizes architecture’s potential to identify the urgent issues of our time. On display are twenty-three case studies dating from the 1960s to today that illustrate how international and often multidisciplinary groups invented and adopted new methods...

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ANN: “Corner, Block, Neighbourhood, Cities. Siza in Berlin and The Hague” (Montréal, CCA, 24 Sep – 7 Nov 2015)

Wohnhaus Schlesisches Tor—also known as Bonjour Tristesse—in Berlin and Punt en Komma in The Hague are Siza’s first built works outside his native Portugal. The two projects resemble one another in size, scale, program and ambition: both were built in the 1980s, both are results of a distinct attitude...

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Casablanca Chandigarh / public seminar and book presentation

The Indian city of Chandigarh and Casablanca, the North African harbor town, were among the most important large scale urban projects after World War II. This book looks into the development of the two cities over the past fifty years, revealing an alternative historiography of post-war urbanism. At this...

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CCA – FOUND IN TRANSLATION: PALLADIO – JEFFERSON EXPLORES QUESTIONS OF ARCHITECTURAL INFLUENCE AND ADAPTATION IN THE BUILDINGS OF ANDREA PALLADIO AND THOMAS JEFFERSON

Montréal, 7 October 2014 — From 8 October 2014 through 15 February 2015, the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) presents Found in Translation: Palladio – Jefferson, a photographic installation in the Octagonal Gallery and CCA Bookstore jointly instigated and developed by the architectural historian Guido Beltramini and the architectural...

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THE CCA CO-HOSTS THE 17th BI-ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ICAM

Montréal, 19 September 2014 – The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) welcomes participants of  the 17th bi-annual International Confederation of Architectural Museums (icam). Taking place in Montreal from Sunday 21 to Wednesday 24 September and in New York from 25 to 28 September, the conference is hosted by the...

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