Luxton, Donald 1954-
Luxton, Donald 1954-
Home—Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Office—Donald Luxton and Associates, 1030- 470 Granville St., Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 1V5, Canada. E-mail—[email protected]
Donald Luxton and Associates, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, heritage consultant, 1983—.
Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Canadian Association of Professional Heritage Consultants, Heritage Vancouver Society (president, 2004-05).
Achievement award, Heritage Canada Foundation, 2003, special jury prize, Architectural Institute of British Columbia, 2004, award of honor, City of Vancouver Heritage Awards, 2004, and Haig-Brown Regional Prize, British Columbia Book Prizes, 2004, all for Building the West: The Early Architects of British Columbia.
(With Lilia D'Acres) Lions Gate (history book), Talonbooks (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), 1999.
(Editor) Building the West: The Early Architects of British Columbia, Talonbooks (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), 2003.
Vancouver General Hospital: 100 Years of Care and Service, Talonbooks (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), 2006.
Donald Luxton told CA: "My interest in writing derives from my passion for heritage conservation. Through my work as a heritage consultant, advocate for preservation, and teacher, I have tried to make the story of our built heritage come alive. My approach to my books is to combine archival images with text in a way that enlivens both, and the public response has been most gratifying. The quality of the design is paramount to the process of communication."
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