Let’s Value Architecture Like We Do Music and Art

Article in the Ottawa Citizen written by Toon Dreesen.

Dreessen: Let’s value architecture like we do music and art

Starting in 1872, Canada had a Chief Architect, originally a Dominion Architect, responsible for the design of many federal buildings. However, that role ended in 1975. In some federal departments, such as the Department of National Defence, the role of the chief architect lives on.

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