Places: Public Architecture by Hughes Condon Marler Architects
In its considered response to the globalization of culture, HCMA has consistently achieved an architecture that is expressive of time and place, and uniquely interprets Canadian values of openness and inclusivity. The firm's concentration on civic buildings denotes a deeply rooted concern for community, and recognition that in contemporary pluralistic society's schools, libraries and community centres are both symbolically and literally, the meeting places for all sectors of our communities regardless of demography, faith or ethnicity. PLACES: Public Architecture explores a selection of key projects by HCMA which offer insight into the firm's specific approach to community building through public architecture.
Author HCMA Architecture + Design
Category Architecture Books