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Dan S. Hanganu


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Born in Iasi (Rumania, 1939), graduated in architecture from the University of Bucharest. In 1970 he went to Canada, where he opened in 1978 his own architecture studio in Montreal. Among his works: the Museum of Archaeology and History in Montreal (1990-1992), the Abbey Church of St Benoît du Lac (Quebec, 19891994), the Centre of the Archives of Quebec (1997-2000). Visiting professor at various universities in North America and Europe, he is honorary fellow of the Canadian Centre of Architecture. He was awarded with numerous prizes, among which the Golden Medal concealed by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (2008) and the Prix Paul-Emile Borduas (1992).

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