Saint Roch Contemporary

Saint Roch Contemporary architecture

New buildings in Saint Roch, Quebec City

This entry was written by Patrick Donovan , posted on Thursday June 19 2008at 04:06 pm , filed under Architecture, Canada and tagged . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

2 Responses to “Saint Roch Contemporary”

  • The bottom one looks like an apartment complex, but what about the top? Or is this the same building?

  • Patrick Donovan says:

    Two different buildings built in the early stages of Saint Roch’s revitalization in the mid 90s, about 200m apart from each other. They were built as low-rent lofts for artists. The bottom one is supposed to represent a ship. I don’t know what the top one represents.