Well subscribe to pretty much anything that has Phyllis
Lamberts stamp of approval. So when this grand doyenne of Canadian
architecture (and 70-something fashionista) brings an exhibit to the CCA,
we go, we learn, and we love.
Some Ideas on Living in London and Tokyo offers new approaches
to finding privacy in the worlds most space-challenged cities and
features large scale models by architects Stephen
Taylor and Ryue
Design geeks (like us) will also love the website
with video of the exhibit being installed and podcast lectures by
Taylor and Nishizawa.
Some Ideas on Living in London and Tokyo by
Stephen Taylor and Ryue Nishizawa, until October 26th at the Canadian
Centre for Architecture, 1920 Baile St., 514-939-7000, www.cca.qc.ca