Dalhousie Architectural Press
Dalhousie Architectural Press is an academic press based in the Faculty of Architecture and Planning at Dalhousie University. The Press publishes books and monographs on Canadian architecture, design research, urban design and development. Their goal is to foster a wider appreciation of architecture and its allied disciplines in Canada by featuring the work of exemplary practitioners and providing a critical context for a broader discussion of the built environment.
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Ideals Then Ideas

Alison Brooks Architects

By Alison Brooks Architects
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Colonization Through Design

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Barry Sampson

Teaching + Practice

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Warming Huts

A Decade + Of Art and Architecture on Ice

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boundary sequence illusion

Ian MacDonald Architect

By Ian MacDonald; Introduction by Barry Sampson; Edited by Brian Carter
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“Living Lightly on the Earth”

Building an Ark for Prince Edward Island, 1974-76

By Steven Mannell and Solsearch Architects
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Montreal's Geodesic Dreams

Jeffrey Lindsay and The Fuller Research Foundation Canadian Division

Edited by Cammie McAtee
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Dan Hanganu

Works, 1981-2015

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Arthur Erickson : Layered Landscapes

Drawings from the Canadian Architectural Archives

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