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Architecture September, 7 2009

Speed Limits at the Canadian Centre for Architecture

Speed Limits is open now at the Canadian Centre for Architecture. The exhibition explores the roll of speed in modern life from art and architecture to urbanism. Addressed are five key domains of speed beginning in 1900 and extending to the present. Discussed are circulation and transit, the measurement of rapid motion, and the mind/body relationship. In total, 240 objects are employed to help articulate the themes and stories.

The Canadian Centre For Architecture is located in Montreal. (via ArchDaily).

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