New York’s architecture is very Art deco. Paris might be a little more rococo. Montréal is a wacky mix of everything. Follow me as I go around the city and capture on tape the essence of Montréal’s most iconic buildings made in the 1960s.
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- Montreal’s Canadian Centre for Architecture
The CANADIAN CENTRE FOR ARCHITECTURE is one of its kind. Founded by architect Phyllis Lambert, it’s an international research centre dedicated to architecture and urban design that’s celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Read...Read more
- Save the Pint!
You can’t define Montreal’s architecture, unlike Paris and its Haussmann buildings, or New York and its art deco skyscrapers. I don’t think there’s any other place in the world with such a strange mix...Read more
- Montreal in Monocle’s Top 25 Liveable Cities
Montreal made Monocle magazine’s Top 25 Liveable Cities in the World for the third year in a row. But Tyler Brûlé’s team is thinking perhaps the city might be lacking new and inventive structures,...Read more
- Montreal Culture Tour: Little Burgundy
Montreal’s working class district of Little Burgundy is transforming itself into a new trendy neighbourhood, while never forgetting its past or denying its roots. Follow me on a tour of this old part of...Read more
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