Phyllis Barbara Lambert (née Bronfman), CC, GOQ, FRAIC, FRSC, architect, philanthropist, curator (born 24 January 1927 in Montreal, QC). Phyllis Lambert has been called “Joan of Architecture” both for her fierce advocacy of architecture and for her work to preserve historically important architecture in Canada and internationally. She founded Heritage Montreal, the Société d’amélioration Milton-Parc (SAMP), and the internationally renowned Canadian Centre for Architecture. A strong proponent for conscious city building, urban renewal, and urban conservation, she has changed the way architects are seen and the way they work and has helped make architecture an important civic concern. She is a Companion of the Order of Canada, an Officer of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres de France, a Grand Officer of the Ordre national du Québec, and a recipient of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Gold Medal.