Montréal Architecture (No.1)


Musée Pointe-à-Callière

350, place Royale
Angle de la Commune
Vieux-Montréal (Québec)


Usine C


1345, ave Lalonde
Montréal (Québec)



Théâtre Espace Libre

1945, rue Fullum
Montréal (Québec)


This entry was written by Owen Rose , posted on Saturday January 27 2007at 04:01 pm , filed under Architecture, Canada and tagged . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

3 Responses to “Montréal Architecture (No.1)”

  • C. Szabla says:

    I like Usine C, it’s rare to see creative rehabilitation of something that already looks as if it’s been the victim of some misguided attempt at “modernization”. Theatre Espace Libre, however, looks like a textbook case of here today, gone tomorrow…something the likes of a Usine C will comment on ironically a bit later.

  • i like the usine c which is something creative and different from the others it just looks attractive with its colour and shape.

  • Ange Wayne says:

    I really love this view, it’s such a pleasure viewing this landmarks.