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New architecture on indigenous lands

Author: Joy Monice Malnar; Frank Vodvarka
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Black Elk speaks of the 'square boxes' his people were forced into, and Winona LaDuke of the 'boxes of mints' on Native lands. As long as the government was deciding what tribal buildings should look like, Native custom and culture were bound to be boxed in--or boxed out. But in the post-1996 era of more flexible housing policies, Native peoples have assumed a key role in the design of buildings on tribal lands.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joy Monice Malnar; Frank Vodvarka
ISBN: 9780816677443 0816677441 9780816677450 081667745X
OCLC Number: 816563768
Description: xi, 259 pages : color illustrations ; 21 x 26 cm
Contents: Introduction: Making sense of architecture --
Design alternatives : Xà:ytem Longhouse Interpretive Centre, Mission, British Columbia / Patrick Stewart ; Payson Project for an Apache community, Tonto Apache / Charles Albanese with George S. Esber Jr. --
A Northwest "cook's tour" : Hesquiat Cultural Centre, Vancouver Island, British Columbia / Henry Hawthorne ; Maka Cultural and Research Center, Cape Flattery, Washington / Ardré & Associates; Fred Bassetti and Company ; Evergreen State College Longhouse Education and Cultural Center, Olympia, Washington / Johnpaul Jones, Jones & Jones Architects ; Potawot Health Village, Arcata, California / Bob Weisenbach ; Takopid Indian Health Center, Tacoma, Washington / Bob Weisenbach ; Place of the Hidden Waters Community Longhouse, Puyallup Tribal Housing Authority, Puyallup, Washington / Daniel J. Glenn: Environmental Works Community Design Center --
Architectural expressions of culture : U'mista Cultural Centre, Alert Bay, British Columbia, Henry Hawthorn, Hawthorn Mansfield Towers Architects; Fisher Marshall Architects ; Haida Heritage Centre at Kaay Unagaay, Skidegate, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia / David Nairne + Associates Ltd.; David McIntyre ; Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre, Whistler, British Columbia / Alfred Waugh ; Keatley Creek Interpretive Centre, Lillooet, British Columbia / Douglas Cardinal Architect Inc. ; Nk/Mip Desert Cultural Centre, Osoyoos, British Columbia / Bruce Haden, Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden architects + urbanistes --
New places of learning : Lalme' Iwesawtexw (Seabird Island) Elementary School, Agassiz, British Columbia / John and Patricia Patkau, Patkau Architects ; T'lisalagi'lakw Elementary School, Alert Bay, British Columbia / David Nairne + Associates Ltd.; Henry Hawthorn, and Roberto Pacheco ; Quw'utsun Smuneem Elementary School, Duncan, Vancouver Island / David Nairne + Associates Ltd.; Roberto Pacheco, and Mark Blackwood ; Lalme' Iwesawtexw (Seabird Island) Community High School, Agassiz, British Columbia / David Nairne + Associates Ltd., David McIntyre ; Hesquiaht Place of Learning, Hot Springs Cove, British Columbia / McFarland Marceau Architects Ltd. ; First Peoples Home, University of Victoria, Victoria, Vancouver Island / Alfred Waugh --
Iconic design parameters : Ziibiwing Center of Anishsinabe Culture and Lifeways, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan / André & Associates; Dow Howell Gilmore Associates Inc. ; Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, Cloquet, Minnesota / Thomas A. Hodne, Jr. ; Turtle School, Oneida, Wisconsin / Richard Thern ; Rossignol Elementary School, Ila à la Crosse, Saskatchewan / Douglas Cardinal Architect Inc. ; Indian Community School of Milwaukee, Franklin, Wisconsin / Antoine Predock and Chris Cornelius ; Oneida Maple Sugar Camp, Oneida, Wisconsin / Chris Cornelius --
Central Plains images : Sinta Gleska University, Antelope, South Dakota / Michael Rotondi, RoTo Architects ; Native Student Space, University of Saskatchewan; First National University, Regina, Saskatchewan / Douglas Cardinal Architect Inc. ; The Wakpa Sica Reconciliation Place, Fort Pierre, second phase, South Dakota / Dennis Sun Rhodes, AmerINDIAN Architecture ; Payne Family Native American Center, University of Montana. Missoula, Montana / Daniel J. Glenn, Glenn and Glenn Architects/Engineers PLLC; Eric Simonsen, A&E Architects/Engineers; James Chaudry : Little Big Horn College, campus planning, Daniel J. Glenn, Glenn and Glenn Architects/Engineers PLLC; CTA Architects & Engineers : American Indian Cultural Center and Museum, Oklahoma CIty, Oklahoma / Scott Johnson, Johnson Fain Architects --
Southwest identity and traditions : The Bosque Redondo Memorial, Fort Sumner, New Mexico / David N. Sloan, D. Sloan Architects; Johnpaul Jones, Jones & Jones Architects and Landscape Architects ; Diné College, Shiprock, New Mexico / Louis L. Weller, Michael D. Coppedge, Thomas E. Coppedge, Weller Architects ; Senator John Pinto Library, Diné College, Shiprock New Mexico, Karl Derrah, DLR Group ; Huhugam Heritage Center, Gila River Indian Community Chandler, Arizona / Donald J. Stastiny, with David N. Sloan, and Brian McCormack ; Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum, La Plata County, Colorado / Johnpaul Jones, Jones & Jones ; Governance Center, Gila River Indian Community, Sacaton, Arizona / Tammy Eagle Bull and Todd Hesson --
The Pueblos of the Rio Grande region : Santa Ana Tribal Government Complex, Bernalillo, New Mexico / Michael D. Coppedge and Thomas E. Coppedge, Weller Architects ; Poeh Cultural Center and Museum, Pueblo of Pojoaque, Santa Fe, New Mexico / Poeh Architecture and Planning ; Isleta Head Start and Child Care Center, Isleta, New Mexico / Janet Carpio with Cherry See/Reames Architect LLP ; Zuni Eagle Sanctuary, Zumi, New Mexico / Donna L. Cohen and Claude F. Armstrong, Armstrong + Cohen Architecture --
Cultural and sustainable housing : ATCAE house design, Albuquerque, New Mexico / American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers ; Hopi Nation Elder Home, Hoteville, Arizona / Nathaniel Corum; Red Feather Development Group ; Northern Cheyenne Housing Prototypes, Busby, Montana / Nathaniel Corum; Rose Architectural Fellowship ; Navajo Elder straw bale housing, scattered sites, Arizona / Nathaniel Corum; Architecture for Humanity, and the Indigenous Community Enterprises ; Rose Joe House, Bluff, Utah / DesignBuildBLUFF, University of Utah's College of Architecture and Planning ; Sweet Caroline House, Bluff, Utah / DesighBuildBLUFF, University of Utah's College of Architecture and Planning ; Kee and Mary Augustine House, Nageezi, New Mexico / Daniel Glenn; Ernesto Fonseca, with Design/Build ASU students --
Forming indigenous typologies : Tsio bugeh Village, Ohkay Owingeh, New Mexico / Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority; Coop + Architects; Van Amburgh + Parés Architects ; Owe'neh Bupingeh, Ohkay Owingeh, New Mexico / Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority; Jamie Blosser and Shawn Evans, Atkin Olshin Schade Architects ; Oují-Bougoumou Village, Oují-Bougoumou, Quebec, Douglas Cardinal Architect Inc. ; Stó:lo Elders Lodge, Chilliwack, British Columbia / Patrick Stewart Architect ; Native American Cultural Center, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona / Studio Ma Architects, Dan Hoffman and Ted Jojola ; Wingsprings, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation near Martin, South Dakota / Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS); Craig Howe.
Responsibility: Joy Monice Malnar and Frank Vodvarka.

Abstract:

"Black Elk speaks of the 'square boxes' his people were forced into, and Winona LaDuke of the 'boxes of mints' on Native lands. As long as the government was deciding what tribal buildings should look like, Native custom and culture were bound to be boxed in--or boxed out. But in the post-1996 era of more flexible housing policies, Native peoples have assumed a key role in the design of buildings on tribal lands. The result is an architecture that finally accords with the traditions and ideas of the people who inhabit it. A virtual tour of recent Native building projects in Canada and the western and midwestern United States, New Architecture on Indigenous Lands conducts readers through cultural centers and schools, clinics and housing, and even a sugar camp, all while showing how tribal identity is manifested in various distinctive ways. Focusing on such sites as the Tribal Council Chambers of the Pojoaque Pueblo; the Zuni Eagle Sanctuary in New Mexico; the Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Center in Osoyoos, British Columbia; and the T'lisalagi'law Elementary School, Joy Monice Malnar and Frank Vodvarka offer wide-ranging insights into the sensory, symbolic, cultural, and environmental contexts of this new architecture. With close attention to details of design, questions of tradition, and cultural issues, and through interviews with designers and their Native clients, the authors provide an in-depth introduction to the new Native architecture in its many guises--and a rare chance to appreciate its aesthetic power"--

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Glenn: Environmental Works Community Design Center -- Architectural expressions of culture : U'mista Cultural Centre, Alert Bay, British Columbia, Henry Hawthorn, Hawthorn Mansfield Towers Architects; Fisher Marshall Architects ; Haida Heritage Centre at Kaay Unagaay, Skidegate, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia / David Nairne + Associates Ltd.; David McIntyre ; Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre, Whistler, British Columbia / Alfred Waugh ; Keatley Creek Interpretive Centre, Lillooet, British Columbia / Douglas Cardinal Architect Inc. ; Nk/Mip Desert Cultural Centre, Osoyoos, British Columbia / Bruce Haden, Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden architects + urbanistes -- New places of learning : Lalme' Iwesawtexw (Seabird Island) Elementary School, Agassiz, British Columbia / John and Patricia Patkau, Patkau Architects ; T'lisalagi'lakw Elementary School, Alert Bay, British Columbia / David Nairne + Associates Ltd.; Henry Hawthorn, and Roberto Pacheco ; Quw'utsun Smuneem Elementary School, Duncan, Vancouver Island / David Nairne + Associates Ltd.; Roberto Pacheco, and Mark Blackwood ; Lalme' Iwesawtexw (Seabird Island) Community High School, Agassiz, British Columbia / David Nairne + Associates Ltd., David McIntyre ; Hesquiaht Place of Learning, Hot Springs Cove, British Columbia / McFarland Marceau Architects Ltd. ; First Peoples Home, University of Victoria, Victoria, Vancouver Island / Alfred Waugh -- Iconic design parameters : Ziibiwing Center of Anishsinabe Culture and Lifeways, Mt. 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