The influential architecture, interiors and design magazine Dezeen profiles the rejuvenation of The National Arts Centre in Ottawa.
This richly illustrated article features a full array of new photography on the transformation of this leading cultural facility in the heart of Canada’s capital city. Views of nearby landmarks not experienced in the original 1960s design are now prominent from fully glazed public spaces beneath wood coffered ceilings.
New wings for audience and presentation events make the centre a “living room” for the city and the building is reoriented to embrace its location after having its concrete back turned on Ottawa for 50 years.
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