DOCOMOMO JOURNAL 38: Canada Modern
Author: France Vanlaethem, James Ashby, Andrew Waldron (guest editors), ed.al.
Publisher: DOCOMOMO International Paris (2008)
Dimensions (length x width x height): 21 cm × 1 cm × 30 cm
Docomomo Journal 38 (March 2008):
Contributions: Save Hassan Fathy’s New Gourna by Leïla El-Wakil & Nadia Radwan Georgette Cottin-Euziol: Between the Beaux-Arts Spirit and the Philosophy of Modernity by Assia Samai Bouadjadja Conservation and Transformation of the Automóvil Club Argentino Network by Stella Maris Casal et al.
Tribute: Kisho Kurokawa (1934–2007) by Dennis Sharp
Articles: Introduction: The Conservation of Modern in Canada by France Vanlaethem, James Ashby, Robert Lemon & Steven Mannell
Documentation: Grain Elevators on the Canadian Prairies: Nomadism to Settlement by Bernard Flaman et al. The Continental Dimension of Modern Montreal by France Vanlaethem Shopping Malls in Post-War Ontario by Marie-Josée Therrien The Vancouver Passenger Terminal Building: Modernism and the Architectonics of Movement by Rhodri Windsor-Liscombe The Former CBC Head Office: Edward Drake Building by Michel Pelletier Canada's Distant Early Warning Line by Andrew Waldron
Conservation: Conservation Guidelines: An Owner’s Manual for the Former City Hall, Ottawa by James Ashby How Green Was Canadian Modernism? How Sustainable Will it be? by Susan Ross A Case for Dal Grauer: The Rehabilitation of a BC Electric Substation by Robert G. Lemon Beaver Lake Pavilion in Montreal Completely Restored: One of DoCoMoMo Quebec's First Modern Buildings Targeted Is Saved, for Now by Marie-France Bisson Modern Heritage and Folk Culture in Atlantic Canada by Steven Mannell
Book Reviews: France Vanlaethem, Danielle Doucet, Sophie Mankowski, Conrad Gallant: Discovering Modern Montreal and the Esterel Resort in Quebec by Franz Graf Bookshelf: from the Vernacular to the Particular by Dennis Sharp Modern Architectures in History & Arthur Rüegg: Le Corbusier Polychromie Architecturale by Maristella Casciato