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Architecture General

Barry Sampson

Teaching + Practice

edited by Brian Carter & Annette LeCuyer

Publisher
Dalhousie Architectural Press
Initial publish date
Sep 2021
Category
General, General, Design, Drafting, Drawing & Presentation
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9780929112763
    Publish Date
    Sep 2021
    List Price
    $39.95

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Description

This book documents the ideas and work of notable Canadian architect Barry Sampson, who was Professor of Architecture at the University of Toronto for nearly thirty years, and an instrumental part of the evolution of Baird Sampson Neuert, a significant critical practice in Toronto. The book investigates key ideas identified in Sampson’s 2019 Baird Lecture at the University of Toronto; documents three projects illustrative of Sampson’s approach to design; and collects reflections on Sampson’s diverse roles in architecture – teacher, practitioner, advocate, environmentalist, mentor, client, and builder – from notable architects, engineers, and academic colleagues.

About the authors

Contributor Notes

Brian Carter, a graduate of the University of Toronto and a registered architect in the UK, worked with Arup in London prior to being appointed Chair of Architecture at the University of Michigan. The author of books on contemporary architecture and curator of exhibitions on Eero Saarinen, Albert Kahn, Peter Rice, and Aires Mateus, he is currently Professor of Architecture at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. Brian Carter is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

 

Annette W. LeCuyer trained at the Architectural Association and worked in London prior to joining the faculty at the University of Michigan. A Professor of Architecture at the University at Buffalo, she is a contributor to architectural journals and author of books on architecture, technology, and design.

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