Affleck, Raymond Tait

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Affleck, Raymond Tait (1922–89). Canadian architect, whose interests in multi-purpose spaces are expressed in the Place Bonaventure, Montréal (1964–8), by Affleck Desbarats Dimakopoulos Lebensold Sise (1955–69): it is a vast complex with internal circulation routes and spaces, but its architectural style is a somewhat forbidding example of Brutalism.

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Kalman (1994);
Pennsylvania lxx/7 (July 1989), 20;
Jane Turner (1996)