Incorporating Indigenous Values into Our Built Environments

“We can only be connected when we understand that the soft power of love is much greater than the hard power of force”

Douglas Cardinal
Douglas Cardinal is a renowned Canadian architect and an advocate for sustainability, green buildings, and ecologically oriented community planning. He has received many national and international awards, including seventeen honorary doctorates, gold medals of architecture in Canada and Russia, and a UNESCO award for best sustainable village. The International Association of Architects named him a World Master of Contemporary Architecture, and he is an officer of the Order of Canada.

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