Très formidable

Phyllis Lambert first made her mark on architecture when, aged 27, she persuaded her father to hire Mies van der Rohe to design New York's Seagram Building. Almost 50 years on, as her exhibition on Mies opens in the centre she founded, Vicky Richardson met her in Montréal.

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