"Cedric Price is perhaps the most important misunderstood architect of the late twentieth century. His vast archive, now at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal has only begun to be explored. Generator, a complex, hugely ambitious, and forward-thinking project conceived by Price in the late-1970s remains relevant and ahead of its time thirty years later. Gonçalo Furtado’s book, based on his extensive research and interviews is therefore timely and promises to unlock some of the mysteries of this work."
Howard Shubert, Curator, Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal