September 19, 2016
Canadian Museum of History Theatre
100 Laurier Street
Gatineau, Québec K1A 0M8
FREE public talk by the winners of the 2016 Governor General’s Medals in Architecture. Meet the architects and hear the story behind each of the 12 winning projects in lively five-minute presentations. With images and Q&A.
From a library that evokes a pile of books to one of the world’s tallest timber structures, the winning projects include a factory, hospital, temple, aquatic centre, head office, amphitheatre, observation platform, public square, and more. Read more: raic.org/awards
Presented by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in partnership with the Carleton University Forum Lecture Series, the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ottawa Regional Society of Architects.