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75 Years of Modern Architecture
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Martin Simmons Sweers is selling an anniversary book titled 75 Years of Modern Architecture ($34.95) which documents 75 years of modern architecture projects they've contributed to the region over the course of their time operating here. It has over 100 pages of photographs and information on their projects and influence in Waterloo Region. It can be purchased for delivery online with free shipping within the cities or at their architecture office at 113 Breithaupt Street (Suite 200), which is the black building at the end of the street. They're also selling a matching tote bag ($7.95).

Book: https://mssarchitects.square.site/produc...egory_id=2
Tote Bag: https://mssarchitects.square.site/produc...egory_id=2
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Ok, so who can tell me what building is pictured on the dust cover of that book (without looking at other sources - no cheating!)?  Smile

First correct answer gets a “like” from me.
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(06-17-2022, 09:52 PM)panamaniac Wrote: Ok, so who can tell me what building is pictured on the dust cover of that book (without looking at other sources - no cheating!)?  Smile

First correct answer gets a “like” from me.

CHCI?
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#4
First answer got it then... :'P
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#5
CHCI IS CORRECT, Too easy, I guess.
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I looked at the photo, thought “highschool”, then “Cameron Heights”, then checked in Streetview, thought I got it completely wrong, then had the idea to go around to the main entrance, and sure enough:

https://goo.gl/maps/M5HFFzGAkaZUVmKB9
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(06-17-2022, 06:37 PM)ac3r Wrote: Martin Simmons Sweers is selling an anniversary book titled 75 Years of Modern Architecture ($34.95) which documents 75 years of modern architecture projects they've contributed to the region over the course of their time operating here. It has over 100 pages of photographs and information on their projects and influence in Waterloo Region. It can be purchased for delivery online with free shipping within the cities or at their architecture office at 113 Breithaupt Street (Suite 200), which is the black building at the end of the street. They're also selling a matching tote bag ($7.95).

Book: https://mssarchitects.square.site/produc...egory_id=2
Tote Bag: https://mssarchitects.square.site/produc...egory_id=2
Those pages are completely blank.
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(06-18-2022, 04:34 PM)Acitta Wrote: Those pages are completely blank.

They load for me. It is a JavaScript-heavy site though, the pages first appear blank and then the content loads via JavaScript. I only see it blank for a fraction of a second, but on an older browser, or one with some things disabled, it may take longer or not load at all.
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(06-18-2022, 06:36 PM)taylortbb Wrote:
(06-18-2022, 04:34 PM)Acitta Wrote: Those pages are completely blank.

They load for me. It is a JavaScript-heavy site though, the pages first appear blank and then the content loads via JavaScript. I only see it blank for a fraction of a second, but on an older browser, or one with some things disabled, it may take longer or not load at all.

OK, it seems to be working now. I just needed a reboot.
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