Heike Maria Johenning

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Montréal, Canada’s second largest city and the centre of the franco­phone province of Québec, is a sprawling and green metropolis where French, British, and American architectural traditions meet. Many buildings and streets bear witness to the influence of the ­Parisian École des Beaux-Arts; there are structures in the tradition of the ­Chicago School; and the city also has an extensive her­itage of both elegant Art Deco and massive ­Brutalist edifices.

This book presents a total of 130 buildings and projects from the almost 400-year history of the port city on the St. Lawrence River. This journey through time is complemented by guest contri­butions from renowned experts, for example on the original Northern Deco style, the buildings of Expo 1967, and art in Montréal’s metro.

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ISBN-13: 9783869228723x

Number of pages: 240

Format: Paperback / softback Trade paperback (US)

Imprint: DOM Publishers

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