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“A Building Should Be Nurturing and Protect People Within”: In conversation with Douglas Cardinal

1 month ago   |   By Arch Daily

Canadian Museum of History / Douglas Cardinal Architect. Image Courtesy of Douglas Cardinal Architect
Douglas Cardinal is a visionary indigenous Canadian architect based in Ottawa, Ontario. He grew up in Red Deer, Alberta. His mother, who was of German origins, loved painting and music, and both became his passions as well during his years at a Catholic boarding school. In 1953, he started studying architecture at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, but was forced to leave two years later due to his outspoken opposition to follow rigid geometry of the Bauhaus and International...
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