Sight Lines: Looking at Architecture and Design in Canada

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One of today's leading architecture and design critics, Adele Freedman has been influencing readers of such diverse publications as ARTnews and Progressive Architecture for years. Her article on mavarick architect Peter Dickinson for The Globe and Mail (where she is a staff critic)--a revised and expanded version of which begins this book--won the prestigious National Newspaper Award for feature writing. Sight Lines brings together the best of Freedman's work, from the New Yorker-style profile of Dickinson, through ...

Sight Lines: Looking at Architecture and Design in Canada 1991, Oxford University Press, USA, Toronto, Canada

ISBN-13: 9780195407105

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