'Architectural rejuvenation' underway at Ottawa's NAC
from Daily Commercial News
A groundbreaking ceremony recently marked the official start of an "architectural rejuvenation" for the National Arts Centre (NAC) in Ottawa. The project is one of the largest capital investments made by the federal government to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary, at a cost of $110 million, explains a release from Diamond Schmitt Architects, which has been tasked with designing the renovation. Currently, the facility, which was conceived in 1967, "displays a rigorous and robust geometric order in the Brutalist style that made it a fortress for the arts," the release states.
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