This October, some of the foremost authorities in Canadian architecture criticism convened in Ottawa for PopCanCrit, to discuss the future of popular criticism in architecture.
In this, Part One of a two-part series, we bring you the highlights of that conference.
We examine the role of the architecture critic, with the voices of Trevor Boddy, David Theodore, Sophie Gironnay, Marco Polo, and Shawn Micallef.
Next, we present a case study, where architecture critics Lisa Rochon, and Alex Bozikovic discuss the Mirvish+Gehry tower proposal, and their coverage of it.
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