Ioana Teodorescu Wins Phyllis Lambert Prize


Ioana Teodorescu (Ph.D. 2013) has won the Phyllis Lambert Prize for 2012. The prize is awarded annually by UQAM’s Canada Research Chair on Urban Heritage to a candidate who has submitted the best doctoral dissertation on the subject of architecture and architectural history in Canada, based on the assessment of an independent jury. This prize honours Phyllis Lambert, architect and tutelary figure of architectural conservation, founder of the Canadian Centre for Architecture. Teodorescu won for her dissertation entitled Building Small Houses in Postwar Canada: Architects, Homeowners and Bureaucratic Ideals, 1947-1974.