Throughout a twenty-five-year career marked by numerous awards and successful competition entries, the Canadian architect Richard Henriquez has brought a poetic sensibility to the creation of architecture. This book offers a wide-ranging view of his architecture, drawings, sculpture, and construction. Included are essays by Alberto Pérez-Gómez and by Howard Shubert, texts by Henriquez, and a portfolio of photographs by Geoffrey James.
Although Henriquez has worked primarily in Vancouver, the Environmental Sciences building completed in 1991 at Trent University, Peterborough, and current projects in Taiwan are evidence of the increasing international scope of his practice.
Distributed for the Canadian Centre for Architecture / Centre Canadien d'Architecture