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ⓘ A Sense of Place. The series, hosted by University of Toronto professor James Acland, examined modern Canadian architecture for selected Canadian projects that ..




                                     

ⓘ A Sense of Place

The series, hosted by University of Toronto professor James Acland, examined modern Canadian architecture for selected Canadian projects that were built in the mid-1960s. Episodes included commentary by the architects involved in their respective projects.

Acland previously discussed architectural subjects in CBC documentaries such as Man in a Landscape during the 1960s.

                                     

1. Episodes

  • 4 October 1966: Introduction and preview of the following episodes
  • 11 October 1966: Simon Fraser University, designed by a Vancouver firm headed by Arthur Erickson and Geoffrey Massey
  • 18 October 1966: Scarborough College University of Toronto, by John Andrews
  • 25 October 1966: Habitat 67, by Moshe Safdie
                                     
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