103 pages, 8 1/2 x 8 1/2
Through close study of the work of architects Brigitte Shim and Howard Sutcliffe, this book traces the evolution of contemporary architectural ideas particularly as they relate to urbanity and the wilderness. Annotated with drawings, ranging from preliminary sketches to construction details, as well as images of models, mock-ups, prototypes and finished buildings. Shim-Sutcliffe's work has been published internationally and has received numerous awards. Foreword by Essy Baniassad, essay by Brian Carter, interviews with the architects by Annette W. LeCuyer and postscript by Phyllis Lambert.
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