Barry Johns Architects

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Dalhousie Architectural Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Architecture - 108 pages
Ten projects, presented with text and b&w photographs and drawings, reveal how architect Barry Johns has played a role in the transformation of the Canadian prairie and how his designs are drawn from a search for harmony with the land, culture and institutions of this region. The foreword by editor Brian Carter (U. of Michigan), and essays by Essy

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