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Daniels Talks | Douglas Cardinal: Conversation with Arthur Dyson

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Arthur Dyson
Principal @Arthur Dyson Architects
Arthur Dyson studied Psychology at the University of Wisconsin, Philosophy at the University of Oklahoma, and Urban and Regional Planning at California State University, Fresno. He received a Master of Architecture degree at the San Francisco Institute of Architecture in Color Psychology. He served his architectural apprenticeships with Frank Lloyd Wright, Bruce Goff, and William Gray Purcell. Dyson is the recipient of over 200 local, state, national, and international Design awards. His designs and writings have been featured in more than 400 publications and in over two- dozen books, including The Architecture of Arthur Dyson by Mark Hammons (Word Dancer Press, ISBN: 1-884995-11-X) and “Arthur Dyson: L’architettura meditative” by Giuliano Chelazzi, published in Italy.
Douglas Cardinal
2020-21 Frank Gehry International Visiting Chair in Architectural Design
Douglas Cardinal, OC, FRAIC, a renowned Canadian architect known both for his inspiring designs and for his advocacy for the rights and dignity of Indigenous peoples. Read More: https://www.daniels.utoronto.ca/news/2020/10/14/douglas-cardinal-2020-21-gehry-chair