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Heritage district recognizes mid-century modern architecture in Canada

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Butler House, by architect Brian Barkham in the new Heritage Conservation District of Briarcliff in Ottawa. The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada wrote: ‘Future generations will be thankful for the creation of the Briarcliffe Heritage Conservation District.’

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Duncan House, by architect Alex Heaton.

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The Kemper House, by architect James Strutt.

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Manion House. Architect Paul Schoeler.

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Marshall House. Architect Matthew Stankiewicz.

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McCormick House. Architect Matthew Stankiewicz

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Schreier House. Architect Walter Schreier

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Williamson House. Architect Walter Schreier

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