The office tower in All that Glitter is, by any account, an eccentric modern building... The building could be a mere curiosity, but isn't. The reason relates both to its scale, which, while grand, is not inhuman, and to the warmth and attractiveness of a form which far exceeds its function. In a city the size of Regina, the building not only works but it can perhaps be seen to symbolize a modernism that, in a capacity to adapt itself to circumstance and place, embodies the desire to please and refresh that so vividly animates the architecture Thauberger has found so intriguing.

All that Glitters, 1980 David Thauberger

All that Glitter
66" x 90"
Acrylic on canvas


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