Cardinal, Douglas

Cardinal, Douglas

(1934–)
A Canadian-born architect of Native American descent, whose best-known work is the Candian Museum of Civilization (illus.), Gatinu, Quebec (1989). It features powerful curved forms in the style of Organic architecture. Later work includes the National Musem of the Indian (illus.), Washington, D.C. (2004).
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