CCA director retires

The director of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, who oversaw the controversial acquisition of Jim Stirling’s archive in 2001, has retired after 15 years at the institute. Nicholas Olsberg will be succeeded by current chairman Phyllis Lambert. Olsberg bought Stirling’s archive of drawings when the RIBA could not raise the ...

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