- September 9, 2021
Leslie Jen’s latest book is being released across Canada, this week! Featuring Canada’s most accomplished architecture and design firms – the book explores architectural projects that have enhanced cities and landscapes across Canada in both urban and rural environments.
Andrew King and Eric Pelletier are featured in Canadian Architecture, alongside many other esteemed peers, for their meaningful contributions to Canadian design. Andrew’s feature will explore his design leadership on the CHUM while Eric’s will chronicle his visionary design for the Bibliothèque du Boisé. The book is a testament to the innovative and diverse culture that continues to shape and evolve Canadian design and in turn, our national identity.
“Jen’s book speaks to the robust health of the Canadian Design practice. We are evolving and responding the broader challenges of society, through the many forces embedded in architecture. The Canadian context is one where excellence is evidenced across scales, typologies and regions.”
– Andrew King, Chief Design Officer
“This book highlights and measures the quality of the architecture produced in Canada in addition to speaking to our collective pride and common desire for quality design. A design approach, that I hope, continues to adopt more measures in terms of its impact on the environment and our communities.”
– Eric Pelletier, Senior Partner, Design Principal