An extensive document that was designed to support the Design Canada exhibition at the 14th Triennale in Milan, held in 1968. The overall identity design is particularly interesting in that it takes a version of Stewart Ash’s Centennial symbol, comprised of 11 equilateral triangles, and abstracts them through a process of reduction as they radiate outwards. Producing a striking, breathtaking even, graphic expression.
The core documents are supported by a set of colour-coded publications, all housed within a card slipcase, each focusing on a specific zone within the overall exhibit – Individual Buildings, University Complexes, Environmental Design, Arts & Architecture, and Canadian Product Design. The documents are presented in 4 languages (Italian, English, French and German). Arguably regarded as one of the most significant pieces of Canadian design from the era.