Montreal architect Phyllis Lambert still dreams of a better city
from The Londoner
"I think the more you dream, and really want that dream, it happens," said Phyllis Lambert. She would know. Montreal's architecture maven is one of four subjects — alongside Denise Scott Brown, in Philadelphia; Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, in Vancouver; and Blanche Lemco van Ginkel, in Toronto — of Joseph Hillel's stimulating documentary
. The women, all of whom are between the age of 87 and 97, have left their mark on cities with unique, broadminded visions of what the urban environment can be.
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