Saturday, May 2, 2009

Canadian Centre For Architecture Marks Its 20th Anniversary

The exterior of Lord Shaughnessy's mansion, seen here on Tuesday, September 18, 2007, is one of 50 heritage properties to hold open houses this weekend. The semi-detached mansion was built by Robert Brown in 1874 and is now part of the Canadian Centre for Architecture. Photograph by: Dave Sidaway, Montreal Gazette

20 Years: 20 Hours At Montreal Architecture Centre -- The Montreal Gazette

MONTREAL - The Canadian Centre for Architecture marks its 20th anniversary this weekend with “20 Years: 20 Hours,” a celebration of its achievements in Montreal and internationally.

From noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, the centre will display its designer and exhibition spaces free of charge as part of Design Montréal Open House, which will include guided tours led by the CCA building designer Peter Rose and highlights from 20 years of exhibitions.

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