Daoust Lestage contribute to the Modern Views Foundation21/10/2010
The Foundation Modern Views working toward the preservation of the Farnsworth House by architect Mies van der Rohe and the Glass House by architect Philip Johnson.
Modern views: project to Benefit the Farnworth House and the Glass House invited some of our era’s top creative minds to continue one if the twentieth century’s great cultural dialogues: the historic exchange reflected in the Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe Farnsworth House (1945-51) and the Philip Johnson Glass House (1949)
Modern views was directed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Center for Modernism, at the Philip Johnson Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut. As the management of the Farnsworth House shifted to the National Trust on January 1, 2010, this project provided the opportunity to revisit the dynamic exchange between these iconic buildings and their architects.
Ref. Modern Views, 2010, Assouline Publishing
Toronto's Distillery District public realm and landscape designed by Daoust Lestage
Last phase of the project, the "ribbon building" will run along the southern border of Toronto's Distillery District. « All public ...