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Antoine Predock and Bjarke Ingels Awarded 2014 RAIC Honorary Fellowships

Antoine Predock and Bjarke Ingels Awarded 2014 RAIC Honorary Fellowships
Antoine Predock and Bjarke Ingels Awarded 2014 RAIC Honorary Fellowships, Beach & Howe Tower in Vancouver. Image © BIG
Beach & Howe Tower in Vancouver. Image © BIG

The wisdom of the Old West, New-Mexico based architect Antoine Predock (who designed the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg) and the vitality of the New East, BIG founder and principal Bjarke Ingels (whose office is responsible for the Beach & Howe Tower in Vancouver and Telus Sky in Calgary), are being distinguished by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) this year with Honorary Fellowships for extraordinary achievement in the field of architecture. More on this news, here.

Cite: Andrew Gipe. "Antoine Predock and Bjarke Ingels Awarded 2014 RAIC Honorary Fellowships" 22 Mar 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/488945/antoine-predock-and-bjarke-ingels-awarded-2014-raic-honorary-fellowships/> ISSN 0719-8884