Maya Lin—the famed interdisciplinary designer—is set to design her first project in Canada. In Calgary, Lin is designing a new, 13,000-square-foot rooftop terrace for the JR Shaw Centre for Arts & Culture, an addition by DIALOG underway to the Glenbow Museum.
“The space will afford a welcoming place that will invite visitors to connect to art, landscape and the city of Calgary,” Lin said in a press statement. “This idea that we are recycling a building in the center of downtown Calgary and making something new out of it while utilizing as much of the old building was a huge draw for me. If we
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