Irish and Canadian architects to design new Canadian Canoe Museum
from Toronto Sun
A team of architects from Ireland and Canada has been selected to build the new Canadian Canoe Museum at the Peterborough Lift Lock National Historic Site, the museum announced recently. Heneghan Peng Architects of Dublin and Kearns Mancini Architects of Toronto won an international competition to create the $45 million attraction. The winning design was described as an elegant, serpentine glass pavilion with a two-acre rooftop garden and 6,500 square metres of exhibition space.
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