Canadian Centre for Architecture

Canadian Centre for Architecture

View of the CCA from a window of Hôtel du Fort, Montreal. Photograph by Naoya Hatakeyama. Collection CCA. Gift of the artist. © Naoya Hatakeyama

1920 rue Baile
Montréal Québec H3H 2S6
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The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) is an international research institution and museum premised on the belief that architecture is a public concern. We produce exhibitions and publications, develop and share our collection as a resource, advance research, offer public programs, and host a range of other activities driven by a curiosity about how architecture shapes—and might reshape—contemporary life. We invite collaborators and the wider public to engage with our activities, giving new relevance to architectural thinking in light of current disciplinary and cultural issues.  

Founded as a new type of cultural institution by Phyllis Lambert in 1979, the CCA is currently directed by Giovanna Borasi and steered by the CCA Board of Trustees

To learn more about us, you can read about our history, refer to a timeline of our past activities, or explore the ways that we are working toward fostering affirmative relationships with Indigenous and other peoples across Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang/Montréal through the process of creating a living land acknowledgement

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