LUC DURAND LEAVING DELHI
Luc Durand died in 2018 at the age of 89, and he remains a towering figure in Quebec architecture. A half-century after launching his career in New Delhi, he revisits that stint, which would have a permanent influence on the structures he went on to build in Quebec. From the Quebec Pavilion at Expo 67 to the Olympic Village for the 1976 Games to Place Dupuis, he reflects on his career and a city that shaped it. With his open and alert camera, Etienne Desrosiers creates a final tribute to a remarkable builder.