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Lab Cult: An unorthodox history of interchanges between science and architecture

September 02, 2018
1920, rue Baile, Montreal, Quebec H3H 2S6

After a long period of questioning science’s capacity to provide answers to architecture’s social mandate, architects and designers are once again enchanted with the concept of the laboratory. Case studies from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are presented through archival material from the CCA collection, as well as materials on loan from institutions across North America.

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