- Fri 6 Oct - 20:15
When Roger D’Astous completed his architecture studies in Montréal in 1952, he decided to take an internship at the office of Frank Lloyd Wright in Taliesin. A golden opportunity for the budding architect, technically and intellectually. The talent of D’Astous was recognized immediately, but when Wright invited the Canadian to come and work for him full time, the latter declined. Instead, he returned to Quebec with the knowledge acquired and became one of the most important and influential architects of the state. After seeing this film, every young architect will want to book a ticket to Quebec to visit the remarkable works of this architect.