Magical Imperfection: The Life and Architecture of Moriyama

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Raymond Moriyama's acclaimed architectural achievements emerge from his life experience including the trauma of wartime internment as a Japanese Canadian, and his view of the architect's role in society - to reflect inclusion and democracy. This is an unflinching first-person chronicle of his journey to prominence as an architect.
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May 18, 2021
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