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Canadian Centre for Architecture

Created in 1979 by Phyllis Lambert, the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) is an international research center and museum founded on the conviction that "architecture is a public concern." This website is a delightful mix of commentary, digital projects, and information about events at the Centre. A good place to start is at the CCA Recommends area. Here visitors can learn about recent books,...
Dream, Design, Build: The UW Architecture Student Drawing Collection, 1914-1947

From 1914 until 1961, the University of Washington's Department of Architecture kept a well-organized collection of its students' drawings. This digital collection from the University of Washington brings together hundreds of these drawings for consideration by the web-browsing public. Many of the drawings contain marks from critiques, and many of them bear the marks of Lionel Pries, a highly...
Richard and Dion Neutra Papers, 1925-1970

Richard Neutra is considered one of the 20th century's most important modernist architects, and he worked with his wife, Dion, on a number of key projects. Neutra was born in Vienna, came to the United States in 1923, and shortly afterwards settled in Los Angeles. This remarkable digital collection from the UCLA Libraries brings together his travel sketches, papers, drawings, rolled plans,...
The Architectural Legacy of Herbert Miller Greene

With his work for the Masons, the University of Texas, and various institutions in Dallas, Herbert Miller Greene established himself as an architect of the first rank. Greene was born in Huntington, Pennsylvania in 1871 and after obtaining an architecture degree from the University of Illinois he went on to Dallas to establish the firm Hubbell and Greene. This particular online exhibit grew out of...