The Warming Huts is a public art and architecture installation held annually at mid-winter on the major rivers of Winnipeg, Canada. The huts are selected through an international design competition, and via the invitation of select designers or artists. This book, published to coincide with the tenth anniversary of the project, celebrates and discusses the annual project as a critical body of work foregrounding the poetics and politics of public space, while highlighting the variety of architectural narratives expressed in the Huts. A comparative analysis of the more than one thousand entries is included in the volume.
TitleWarming Huts: a decade + of art and architecture on ice
AuthorLawrence Bird, Peter Hargraves, Sharon Wohl, eds.
PublisherDalhousie Architectural Press