Barb bruised me the last time I was late getting a post up about a recently-published book in Regina that I decided to shine a little light on on the blog, so this time I’m doing the post on the very day the book is being released!
That’s it in the photo above. We received a review copy of Architecture of Saskatchewan: A Visual Journey, 1930-2011 from University of Regina Press, which is launching the book today. Last weekend, I did an interview with Bernard Flaman, so there will be further coverage down the road in Prairie Dog. It’s a companion volume to a 1986 book called Historic Architecture of Saskatchewan, and features around 150 projects from Regina, Saskatoon, and a number of smaller Saskatchewan communities.