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Rose, Peter

Rose, Peter (1943– ). Canadian architect, a pupil of Charles Moore. He evoked the Shingle style in many of the houses he designed in and around Québec, notably the Bradley House, North Hatley (1977–9). His Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal (1984–9—with Phyllis Lambert (1927– ) as patron and consultant architect), has enjoyed international acclaim: it is a large museum and study-centre, rigorously ordered and finely detailed, owing much to Rose's knowledge of Classicism in its composition and to Lambert's understanding of detail. Other works include Brookside School, Cranbrook Educational Community, Bloomfield Hills, MI (1991), and the Lower Canada College, Montréal (1992). He has made many contributions to the debates concerning the nature of architecture.

Bibliography

Kalman (1994);
Jencks (1977);
Kalman (1994);
Stern (1988)

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